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06-14-2014, 09:16 PM
Join Date: Oct 2007
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I can understand the thought process that went behind in implementing such a rule, but I think we saw the most disastrous end result at the worst possible time of what happens when something like an icing is left to the ref's discretion. I'm not insinuating that this is in fact what was the downfall of the Rangers but I lost count in how many times in this series alone where a Ranger had a King beat to the puck but the ref felt the need to blow the whistle.
What's worse is that everytime a Ranger would be the first one to touch the puck, it gets called. When it was vice versa, they wouldn't call it.
It literally made no sense when they would call it and when they wouldn't. It was completely random.
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