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02-17-2004, 04:13 AM
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Replay After Replay After Replay It Shows...

The glove was entirely over the line and in the net!! This thread isn't for whinning about a call, I just want to hear what NHL headoffice in Toronto says about this NO GOAL CALL because they do make the calls as well !


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The glove was entirely over the line and in the net!! This thread isn't for whinning about a call, I just want to hear what NHL headoffice in Toronto says about this NO GOAL CALL because they do make the calls as well !


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It was ruled no goal because they couldn't see the puck across the goal line, thus making it "inconclusive". If it's inconclusive then it is no goal. The puck was in the glove and the glove was across the line but they couldn't see the puck. It's a dumb rule but I guess we can't do much about it.

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It was ruled no goal because they couldn't see the puck across the goal line, thus making it "inconclusive". If it's inconclusive then it is no goal. The puck was in the glove and the glove was across the line but they couldn't see the puck. It's a dumb rule but I guess we can't do much about it.
I agree with you here OILDROP but remember the olympics! Just a stupid rule/call whatever you like, but a call like this could (DID) cost the OILERS dearly of a point or two for the playoff run!!

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i saw as the puck hit the arm and went to the glove
you can see the puck going doing his arm to glove

it was the only black spot moving!!!

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i saw as the puck hit the arm and went to the glove
you can see the puck going doing his arm to glove

it was the only black spot moving!!!

I saw that too.

When sportsnet did their frame advance you can see the puck hit flat on the cheater and roll into the mit. There was white ice between the face of the rolling puck and the goal line as well.

It was a missed call. Oh well, kinda sums up the season.

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but a call like this could (DID) cost the OILERS dearly of a point or two for the playoff run!!
I agree with your statement except the part where the Oilers are in a playoff run.

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TSN also mentioned that it was over the line and couldn't believe the call of "NO GOAL".

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It was a goal. The Wings got a huge break on that one.

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I seen the black spot over the line as well so it should have been a goal. The nhl should change its rule on that if the goalie's whole glove is over the line the puck is ovbisouly in.

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I seen the black spot over the line as well so it should have been a goal. The nhl should change its rule on that if the goalie's whole glove is over the line the puck is ovbisouly in.
You don't need to see the puck cross the line if you know where the puck is. I mean if the goalie catches the puck in his catcher, then proceeds to shove the whole glove into the net in a vain attempt at catching magic fairies, it's a goal.

Like I said, it's the same thing as the Lemieux goal in the Olympics. You never see the puck physically cross the line, but you see hasek catch it, and his glove cross the line.

Meh... it's all spilled milk now.

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I guess something like that would really matter if we were in a playoff race.

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It was ruled no goal because they couldn't see the puck across the goal line, thus making it "inconclusive". If it's inconclusive then it is no goal. The puck was in the glove and the glove was across the line but they couldn't see the puck. It's a dumb rule but I guess we can't do much about it.
Agreed. I saw the replay this morning, and I thought it was a pretty terrible ruling too. Hemsky should have had a goal there. But alas, just another weird NHL rule.

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It's actually an NHL conspiracy to make sure that small market teams don't get into the playoffs and destroy TV ratings.

 
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It makes me wonder, do they still have camera's inside the net?

I can't recall when it happened but I thought that when Joseph was with the Oil, he made a similar catch but the camera in the net actually showed the path of the puck into the glove and therefore it was ultimately a goal.

Yesterday the only view they had was from what seemed like some satellite about 2000 feet above the ice and nothing from inside the net.

You would think that when it came to camera's (especially ones that will be used to relay possible goals) the NHL would mandate the same standards for every arena.

On a side, did it seem to anyone else like the camera's are awefully far from the action in Detroit? I found the game terrible from a production point of view.

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I really don't see how they couldn't see the puck cross the line, I could. Maybe they didn't have that camera angle, which is just as bad.

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