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11-26-2011, 09:46 PM
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If you don't know the rules of hockey please don't post like you do.
Intent to blow the whistle, which has been called many times over the past few years. It's a pretty bs rule most of the time, but if the far referee saw what happened, and the other ref didn't do his job and missed the call, the other ref can immediately say he intended to blow the whistle but didn't have the chance to.

Don't be such an ungrateful swine in your response next time either.

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11-26-2011, 09:47 PM
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If you don't know the rules of hockey please don't post like you do.
You are trolling hard in full force in both thread. Good job

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11-26-2011, 09:47 PM
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****** deal for Habs, should of been blown down but can see why it wasnt by the position of the ref. **** happens, though it should of not been a goal.

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That was a bad call.

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11-26-2011, 09:47 PM
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Watch RDS angle FFS.

He didn't had it fully covered at first but the puck was still immobilized. Then he got it FULLY covered under his glove (FFS, even Price, who is always calm and composed even after lose, said he had it f-word under his glove). While he had it under his glove, Letang or Neal started to hack and slash his glove until the puck went out and between his leg.

Blown call.
If he had it FULLY covered under his glove how was Neal able to poke it free?

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11-26-2011, 09:47 PM
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Probably should have blown dead, but you have to play until to hear a whistle. The Habs froze.

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11-26-2011, 09:48 PM
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Absolutely the wrong call, should have been blown dead.

Did the refs rob the Habs of a win because they favor the Pens?

What would have been 3 no-goal calls, all pretty valid but I don't think I've ever seen 3 taken back, numerous questionable apparent dives that lead to penalties, a non semi-slew foot call that leads to a powerplay, and the Letang hit that regardless of opinion could easily have been called a 5 min major, it could've went either way depending on if the ref saw it clearer.

Habs fans really have no leg to stand on regarding the refs tonight, they had their chances to win.

Definitely the wrong final call though, no question.
You... where did you come from?! You are one of my favorite posters on this board already

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11-26-2011, 09:48 PM
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"I had the ****ing thing covered"

http://www.rds.ca/zv2/?video=59592

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What no gangsta pose tonight??

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11-26-2011, 09:48 PM
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I'd be mad if it happened to the Pens, but this is hilarious. Don't think I've seen a team more deserving of this fate than the Habs tonight. Okay, maybe replace "team" with "PK Subban." Price played a pretty great game, though.

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11-26-2011, 09:48 PM
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So you convinced 1 Leaf fan. Wow your outvoted 20 Leaf fans to 1 Leaf fan.
When you got Bruins,Leafs most other team fans and even Pen fans agreeing it was a bad call ,it must have been a real bad call.
Than you get some haters that will never admit the truth even when the facts are right in front of them.Not saying you just saying some haters will never view the truth.
Someone clearly doesn't understand a clear joke. Your Pens hate prolly blinded you...

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11-26-2011, 09:49 PM
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If he had it FULLY covered under his glove how was Neal able to poke it free?
The glove is made of flexible fabric, not stainless steel.

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11-26-2011, 09:49 PM
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i read the some of this thread before watching the youtube and i was expecting worse to be honest, it looked like price had the puck covered from view for a second but not frozen

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What no gangsta pose tonight??
You're still mad about that?

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11-26-2011, 09:50 PM
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My question is and I am not sure, Are players allowed to dig the puck out of the pads or glove of the goalie, I always thought this was slashing and your stick was not allowed to dig into the goalie. Price had it covered and it was dug out of his glove IMO, if that is okay then the goal is good but if not then well...

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11-26-2011, 09:50 PM
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If he had it FULLY covered under his glove how was Neal able to poke it free?
If you play hockey, next time you're on the ice have your goalie cover a puck and try to knock it loose . I'm pretty sure you'll see it is really easy to poke a covered puck free.

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No one said the puck was frozen for 30 seconds. The puck was frozen for about 3-4 seconds which was more than enough to deserve a stoppage of play. Of course it wasn't and it resulted in the winning goal by the Penguins so if you don't see anything wrong with that well, there's nothing else to be said.
No it wasn't, watch the replay and look at the clock. The whole play lasted about 4 sec, 1 of which might be described as the puck being covered.

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I missed the game and just saw the live action replay. Looks like the play pretty clearly should have been blown dead. I'm not 100% sure the puck was covered, but I am positive there's no way the ref in the other corner could have seen it.

Montreal has a right to be bugged by that.

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11-26-2011, 09:51 PM
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The whole play lasted about 4 sec from Neals shot to Letangs goal, so it the ref lost sight of it for 2 or 3 sec.

Again that's from watching the game clock, not a guess from a pissed off fan (Price had it covered for 6 sec!!!).
Really .I would say try checking the video again.
The puck is in Prices pads at the 42 second mark in the vid.The goal goes in at the 48 second mark and your trying to say the ref only lost sight for 2 or 3 sec.
As i claimed some will never see it as it really happened and we all know why.

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11-26-2011, 09:52 PM
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Price's glove is in the air and I'm sure the Refs considers that to not covering the puck. As others said when he finally did it was too late.


That's the only scenario I can give the ref a bye.

Normal circumstances that's blown dead.


I'll take it.

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11-26-2011, 09:52 PM
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Probably should have blown dead, but you have to play until to hear a whistle. The Habs froze.
My thoughts exactly.

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11-26-2011, 09:53 PM
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The glove is made of flexible fabric, not stainless steel.
Have you even held a goalie glove, let alone used one? "flexible fabric", lol.

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Karma for the refs loving the habs the rest of the night not to mention 2 other goals disallowed.

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11-26-2011, 09:54 PM
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No one said the puck was frozen for 30 seconds. The puck was frozen for about 3-4 seconds which was more than enough to deserve a stoppage of play. Of course it wasn't and it resulted in the winning goal by the Penguins so if you don't see anything wrong with that well, there's nothing else to be said.
I'm just saying that the reaction by both Price and Hab fans is wildly out of proportion to what actually happened. Teams should be prepared for a few seconds of leeway in the crease. There is no rule that the ref has to stop play the split second the puck is covered. The attacking team gets a few seconds of whacks at the puck all the time. This was a routine hockey play if you take Price's reaction out of it.

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11-26-2011, 09:55 PM
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Have you even held a goalie glove, let alone used one? "flexible fabric", lol.
I've played goalie for over 35 years. A puck can be knocked loose no matter how well you have it covered.

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It looked like the puck was partway under Price's pad which should be enough for the blown whistle. He put his glove down on top of the pad once he realize where it was a second or two later for the insurance and it still wasn't blown.

I thought it was a pretty awful call.

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