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03-25-2013, 03:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Buggie View Post
Libb...every rink must have a camera angle above the net for goals crossing the line...If the ref calls no goal then it must be conclusive that the puck crossed the line for the goal to be changed not an "I think it crossed" same being said if langille called it in then to change it it must be conclusive...further the replay of the goal line are not allowed to be played of the in stadium replay system for the fans...just so ya know
I've physically inspected the rafters above the net. There is no camera to be seen. The only angles they have is behind the net and off to the side of the net.

Here's the thing though... it was called a goal on the ice. The replay would of had to have shown the puck clearly not going over the line. To me it was close but you can neither confirm if the puck went in or not, meaning it was inconclusive. The goal should have stood.

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