Calder Cup Finals - Norfolk Admirals vs. Toronto Marlies
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06-09-2012, 11:44 AM
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The rule doesn't make sense. There are two times where a shot on goal could be considered to take place. When it is shot by the player towards the goal, and when it hits the goalie/goes in the net. Neither the shooting of the puck or the puck going in the net occurred during the delayed offside.
They did a bad job of update the rule for tag up delayed off side.
The spirit of the rule was not applied correctly.
There is a player who is at least a few meters offside when the puck enters the zone, it really couldn't be more obvious.
The goal is weird enough as it is, but to have it happen on an offside-play makes it even worse.
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