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11-03-2012, 08:44 PM
Archie Jones
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Even if Travis tried to sell the goalie interference call a little ( I don't know if he did ) like it was suggested, the player was already interferring by laying in his crease. Travis has to be able to move freely especially on a 5 on 3. The ref has to make that call after all the consecutive calls against UNB, with UNB 2 men short and after the goalie interference call against Swan at the other end which was even more questionable!

A penalty call against SMU then probably would have changed the final outcome! Doyle didn't make the call despite all the reasons to make it.

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