...As there is a human factor involved in blowing the whistle to stop play, the Referee may deem the play to be stopped slightly prior to the whistle actually being blown. The fact that the puck may come loose or cross the goal line prior to the sound of the whistle has no bearing if the Referee has ruled that the play had been stopped prior to this happening.
in this we agree. Healy is the 'heel', there to say inflammatory things and get a reaction. but he's almost always wrong.
Stock....i love watching the obvious disdain from the rest of the panel - most obvious being MacLean and Friedman....