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05-03-2007, 07:30 PM
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vladmyir111
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Originally Posted by MayDay View Post
It would be a bad assumption.

If Lundqvist's pad were parallel to to line and moving forward, then you can say there was no room for the puck to go deeper.

However, his pad was at more like a 45 degree angle to the line, with his toe pointed backward. If the puck intersected his pad at the goalline and rolled back towards his toe, there is still plenty of room for it to go completely over the line (if the puck was moving back faster than Lundqvist's leg was moving forward).

For the record, I think the refs probably made the right call (since the video evidence was inconclusive), but the puck probably was over the line. These pictures don't prove or disprove anything.

Why is everyone just making up their own stories without looking at all the pics and the video? Pray tell how does a puck come from Briere's side of the net...hit his pad...bounces BACK towards briere (to his toe like you said)....THEN go the completely opposite way again away from briere (as the exit of the puck is seen on the vid). There's just no way that happens unless the toe on his pad looked like gnome shoes, you know with the upward curve and all.

It's ok if you don't want to agree, but just say so instead of making up a story about where the puck went. It's not my fault there's absolutely no place left for the puck to go to make it a goal

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