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08-13-2010, 07:42 PM
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Alain Cote against the Canadiens during the playoffs, bitter Nordiques fans still question the decision that the refs made.

Nothing better than a video to judge the call:

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No because it should have counted...even after reviewing the DVD Murphy mentions in that clip the similar example used was allowed.
I feel the guy on the phone made a pretty solid statement to why the goal was disallowed

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08-13-2010, 07:53 PM
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Alain Cote against the Canadiens during the playoffs, bitter Nordiques fans still question the decision that the refs made.

Nothing better than a video to judge the call:
Holy ****, how could I forget that one

that was a ****ing good goal. poor Kerry Fraser

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08-13-2010, 09:32 PM
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i remember screaming bloody murder when they disallowed this one.

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08-13-2010, 09:59 PM
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i would say brad mays goal just because it was still in play. no icing, no penalty no call to be made. play was still going on when he shot it in. there was no intent to blow the whistle at all.

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As a Hawks fan im even saying that, that is total BS. my *butt* he tried to blow the whistle

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**** you FSN Pittsburgh.

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not even controversial just wrong

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In 1991, the Devils were up three games to two over the Penguins in the first round. New Jersey clawed back from a three goal deficit and would have tied game six (at home) with this goal by Laurie Boschman, however, the goal was waved off by referee Bill McCreary even though replays showed it hit Boschman's stick after it hit his skate. The call on the ice stood and the Devils ended up losing the game (and the series) by a count of 4-3.

Here's a wonderful "History will be made." spoof dedicated to this atrocity...


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The first one to immediately come to mind is a no goal call on the Flyers against the Sens, it looked like a clear goal from one vantage point the rest were really inconclusive, and since the original call on ice was no goal, it stood. The review took like 15 minutes and the announcers were spouting nonsense about incompetence of the war room and the refs.

EDIT: found the video


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08-13-2010, 11:24 PM
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The first one to immediately come to mind is a no goal call on the Flyers against the Sens, it looked like a clear goal from one vantage point the rest were really inconclusive, and since hte original call on ice was no goal, it stook. The review took like 15 minutes and the announcers were spouting nonsense about incompetence of the war room and the refs.

EDIT: found the video
We get F'd over a lot on goal calls. I'm use to it.

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The Tim Taylor non goal was the most controversial non score I've ever seen, and inspired a rule change. It was 1998-99, the same playoffs that Hull's non-goal on Hasek counted.

The Bruins and Caps were in OT in a tied playoff series. Boston's PJ Axelsson scored on a play from the right side of the net. On replay however, it was found that Boston center Tim Taylor had his toe inside the left side of the crease, about 10 feet away from the play. The goal was disallowed, and the Caps went on to score and win the game (and the series).

It was a big part of why the Hull goal was so controversial. The rule was absurd, but if the Boston goal didn't count, then there's no way the Hull goal should have been allowed. The controversy forced the NHL to change the size of the crease and get rid of that ridiculous rule.

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a few come to mind for the Red Wings. Their are the obvious Holmstrom interference no-goals, their is the Bray May, but none made me angrier than the quick whistle.



This is the Duck team that beat us previously in 07/08, our rivals, and they disallowed a game tieing goal with 1 minute left. Had that goal been aloud, the series might not have lasted 7 games, and the Wings wouldn't suffered half the injuries they did that year in the playoffs. We took Pittsburgh to the last seconds of game 7 in the SCF with an injured Datsyuk Lidstrom Rafalski Cleary Holmstrom etc...

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08-14-2010, 04:55 AM
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**** you FSN Pittsburgh.
I was about to nominate this one. Probably one of the most controversial non-calls in recent history with actual consequences resulting from it.

For anybody who doesn't know, the goal was not given despite perfectly clear evidence, because a FSN Pittsburgh producer did not send the footage showing the puck inside the line to the Toronto war room. As a result, the producer was suspended by FSN Pittsburgh.

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08-14-2010, 05:37 AM
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uhm, yeah that's frikking embarrassing. did it ever get explained?
He explained it as 'intent to blow'. Now, that's not necessarily bad. There are plenty of cases where intent to blow is clearly the correct call.

The problem with this one (one so bad that even the Wings got sympathy on HF for once) was that if he intended to blow, he had to stop flogging the dolphin first, because the puck was in the net a good 3 seconds before the whistle even blew.

He further explained his decision on such was because he couldn't see the puck in that amount of time. So ultimately, what happened is Brad May shot the puck, the ref lost sight of the puck, spent a couple seconds looking for it and couldn't find it.. because it was in the net from the shot. Not knowing it was in the net (it was stuck behind the goalie's skate, so this in and of itself is excusable), he called intent to blow, figuring the puck was shoved in or something after he lost sight. This was the proper procedure.

It then went to video review, as it should have, and it was discovered that the reason he lost sight of the puck is because the shot put it in the goal. Okay, no problemo. A ref's intent to blow the whistle can take precedence over the results of a video review (possibly subject to change? no idea), but ultimately a ref has the discretion to reverse his decision upon the result of a review. The problem here? He didn't. Why? Noone knows for sure, but given the fact that he lost sight of the puck because it was in the net, and it was in the net a good 3 seconds before he blew the whistle, the only reasonable assumption is his ego got in the way and he refused to admit a mistake on his own call.

Needless to say, the whole situation made Wings fans upset and hockey fans disgusted; I recall that even Stars fans were ragging on the guy. And let's be reality: how often on HF do opposing teams' fans actually agree in a large majority about the results of a game changing call?

That alone should be a good indicator of the brutality of this particular piece of officiating, and while I don't wish ill on anyone, I do expect someone to be paid appropriately for their work... and in this case, I hope the official in question got slapped with a fine for letting his ego win out over his judgement (we'll never know, as the NHL does not make such things public in regards to officials).

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08-14-2010, 05:51 AM
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I feel the guy on the phone made a pretty solid statement to why the goal was disallowed
No he didn't.

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This worst I've seen.

OMFG, This! I was absolutely livid.

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uhm, yeah that's frikking embarrassing. did it ever get explained?
Bettman with his dumb*** bobblehead just said it was a mistake and part of the game. What a tool.

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Even for me as a German this is painful to watch. Top3 blown calls ever IMHO. Could have changed the pace of the game as well.

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In 1991, the Devils were up three games to two over the Penguins in the first round. New Jersey clawed back from a three goal deficit and would have tied game six (at home) with this goal by Laurie Boschman, however, the goal was waved off by referee Bill McCreary even though replays showed it hit Boschman's stick after it hit his skate. The call on the ice stood and the Devils ended up losing the game (and the series) by a count of 4-3.

Here's a wonderful "History will be made." spoof dedicated to this atrocity...


Boschman = Conspiracy victim. 1988 and if you want to stretch it out and just for laughs let's say it's still going on

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Can't find a good video.

But...here's some of the video:


95 playoffs
Nords at the Rangers


Kovalev is down on the ice in the Nord's zone.

Sakic bring the puck up ice, shoots, rebounds of Richter, goes back to Sakic and he scores.

Two seconds later, the whistle blows.

No goal because Kovalev was down on the ice.

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