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12-15-2003, 05:25 PM
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Originally Posted by SmokeyClause
I think the NHL seems to infer a lot. Against Columbus on the Hartnell disallowed goal, there was no footage shown on TV (they had about 4 different angles) of the puck crossing the goal line while the net was off the moorings. They had to use deductive reasoning and figured out that it was without ever seeing it both at the same time. There were some angles where the puck crossed the goal line but you couldn't tell where the net was, and there were some of angles of the net off the mooring but you couldn't tell where the puck was, but there was not one shot of both. I think they might have used similar logic in the Erat goal because I never saw in footage of the puck in the net.
The view they showed in the arena shows the puck crossing the line or it looked like it to me.

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