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04-13-2004, 06:39 PM
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goaltender interference?

doesn't the rule state that if a player enters the blue circle on his own free will and makes contact with a goaltender before the puck gets to the net... that it is goaltender interference?

Did I have a weird angle shown only to me on my television? Why wasn't Montreal's goal disallowed? Can we chalk this up totally to biased officiating or is there really some part of this rule that I don't understand?

Sometimes it really is frustrating to watch a Montreal/Bruin game. I have to confess I don't hate any team as much as I hate the Canadiens. Give them all the props anyone wants to with their cup wins over the years... they are significant and their fans have a right to a certain pride for the accomplishment. I personally would feel a bit better for my teams success though if I was competing on an even playing field with my opponents.

So far halfway through the first period the penalty calling situation hasn't made me want to barf and toss the television through the window yet... but the officiating on the goal was questionable at best to me. It will make me so sick if the Montreal advantage causes us even one more game in this series.

Come on Bruins... we are better than this. Go Team go

 
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No it's not goaltender interference, he tipped the puck, and he screened the goalie. If he made contact with the goalie is was a simple touch. COME ON IT'S RIBEIRO HES A *****.

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lol, thast great!!

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ribeiro definitely bumped razor- not sure if it was bad enough for a call, but surprised since the refs should all be out to get ribeiro

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Absolutely, it was interference. Ribeiro preceded the puck into the crease, made contact with Raycroft, then the puck came into the crease, and Ribeiro tipped it in.

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well i guess the great Kelly Hurudy says that it wasn't goaltender interference on either Canadien goal even though on both instances Montreal players clearly entered the blue zone before the puck and made very obvious contact with Raycroft both times which clearly interfered with his ability to stop the puck.

Score should be Boston 1 Montreal 0

Will be interesting to see what happens should a Bruin be in the Montreal net at some point in this series when a puck goes past Theodore under such circumstances.

If the officials aren't going to be calling goaltender interference at all this series, Bruins should have every right to expect the same considerations themselves.

We have the bigger team... but man there is going to be one very annoyed fan sitting here in Alberta if they dare call us on an interference violation at all now in this series

 
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Absolutely, it was interference. Ribeiro preceded the puck into the crease, made contact with Raycroft, then the puck came into the crease, and Ribeiro tipped it in.
Apparently you know the rules better than the refs / bruins coach / Players and andrew raycroft himsefl because nobody said a word

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Apparently, I have the benefit of instant replay, and you don't.

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Apparently, I have the benefit of instant replay, and you don't.

...and ??

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well i guess the great Kelly Hurudy says that it wasn't goaltender interference on either Canadien goal even though on both instances Montreal players clearly entered the blue zone before the puck and made very obvious contact with Raycroft both times which clearly interfered with his ability to stop the puck.

Score should be Boston 1 Montreal 0

Will be interesting to see what happens should a Bruin be in the Montreal net at some point in this series when a puck goes past Theodore under such circumstances.

If the officials aren't going to be calling goaltender interference at all this series, Bruins should have every right to expect the same considerations themselves.

We have the bigger team... but man there is going to be one very annoyed fan sitting here in Alberta if they dare call us on an interference violation at all now in this series
I don't think the bruins will need to do that to beat theodore.Theo suck so much since the beginning of the series

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You guys are forgetting 1 thing, this is hockey not basketball.

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You guys are forgetting 1 thing, this is hockey not basketball.
lmao so true

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Okay so whats wrong with the 3rd ?

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Absolutely, it was interference. Ribeiro preceded the puck into the crease, made contact with Raycroft, then the puck came into the crease, and Ribeiro tipped it in.
And what about Jovanovski on Kiprusoff ???
How do you call that if Ribeiro interfered on Raycroft ??? Tractor pulling ???

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Come on Ribs is 8 pounds, we are smurfs, goaltender bumping should be like the wind.

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And what about Jovanovski on Kiprusoff ???
How do you call that if Ribeiro interfered on Raycroft ??? Tractor pulling ???
You're from Nancy, France???
I suppose that would make you a Nancy boy!

That's classic! Nancy, France!!!

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The trolls are certainly out in full blown colour tonight.

Habs fans, quit the baiting (ie TROLLING) posts.

Bruins fans, QUIT FEEDING THE TROLLS!

Plonk. This thread, too, is closed.

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