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05-04-2007, 08:29 AM
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The Buttman theory

The theory of the puck!!!! Has anyone else noticed that the photo’s of the save Hank made are different?? I think the NHL doctored the photo of Hank’s safe!! First off the replays and the original photos of the save show the puck to be on the ice and almost over the line but the clearest photo of the save now shows the puck to be in the air and in the middle of Hanks pad. The theory I have here is that the photo has been doctored and to save face and make this look to go away. I am a life long Rangers fan and we got screwed the night before on a reply and a goal that should have counted and this was a even up call. The NHL has so much to gain with the Ranger advancing or making this a better series the ratings are needed and let’s face it the Rangers equal better ratings then the Sabres. The war room in Toronto might be anti Rangers but the NHL is pro ratings and Bettmen is stupid he needs the Rangers. I am so sick of the Buffalo crying this by the way is a tongue in cheek post. See link to photos


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05-04-2007, 08:31 AM
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That photo was taken by the New York Post, not the NHL. Try again.

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05-04-2007, 08:34 AM
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One of the papers, the Daily I think... used VS video captures, to show an inclusive top view. I can't hang with ya on the conspiracy thing either, sorry.

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05-04-2007, 08:38 AM
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Dagoon- Watch the highlights of it on the real time game cam, like it was shown live.

The puck clearly bounces off exactly in that angle almost towards Lundys head, like 0.2 seconds after it leaves Brieres stick it lands infront of Lundqvists face outside the crease.

That picture is taken like 0.01 seconds to late, after it have hit the pad and bounced up in the air.

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05-04-2007, 08:43 AM
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Guys please read the post again and the last sentence. IT is a freaking joke to make light of the whole thing

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05-04-2007, 09:18 AM
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Guys please read the post again and the last sentence. IT is a freaking joke to make light of the whole thing
Cant blame people for thinking you were for real, I wouldnt put it past others to come up with something like that.....

because of course the NHL has the time to doctor the photo and steal the cameras of the other reporters who may have gotten the same shot. seriously. totaly feesable. I am going to go research it on my computer, make a movie about with my camcorder... I think I will call it "Loose Pucks"....I will ignore logic, tell everyone that they dont know the truth and we are being lied to and that bettman is the real reason behind the Sabres losing 2 straight. gosh you people have to open your eyes, its soooo obvious.

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I think Oliver Stone was hired by the NHL for some a "consulting" role.

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When did the NHL become the CIA?

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It looks in here but you don't see any white between the puck and red goal line






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Ok, this is a stretch.

...and there are other threads about this.

Its Game 5 people. Turn the page.

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Ok, this is a stretch.

...and there are other threads about this.

Its Game 5 people. Turn the page.
Amen! Let's close this and look ahead to tonight's game.

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Ok, this is a stretch.

...and there are other threads about this.

Its Game 5 people. Turn the page.
Thank you!!! That is SO history now. Let's move on and focus on tonight's game.

LET'S GO RANGERS !!!!!!

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Let's make sure, someone told Lundqvist to stay in his net and not roam, this would have been a non-issue.

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The Buttman theory

is that the one where all hockey fans agree that Buttman is a friggin idiot and should be running the WNBA?? What a total fool that a**wipe is! Can't believe that somewhere there isn't a runaway bus with his name on it!

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Yea The Nhl Doctored The Photo Of Hanks Safe!

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It looks in here but you don't see any white between the puck and red goal line






Not that I'm upset, or anything, because I don't care either way. It's hockey. It's not perfect. Calls are missed in every aspect of the game.
However, my point is this; If the puck is clearly crossing the line, and Lundy's leg is clearly way behind the line, and we accept the puck is most likely moving faster than his leg, wouldn't it cover the distance of crossing the goal line faster than his leg can cross the distance from behind the line, to the line???
It's physics, and that, to me made it a goal.
Of course, I didn't think the Rangers should have lost a goal to a kick that was actually a leg bearing down to make a stop.

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Not that I'm upset, or anything, because I don't care either way. It's hockey. It's not perfect. Calls are missed in every aspect of the game.
However, my point is this; If the puck is clearly crossing the line, and Lundy's leg is clearly way behind the line, and we accept the puck is most likely moving faster than his leg, wouldn't it cover the distance of crossing the goal line faster than his leg can cross the distance from behind the line, to the line???
It's physics, and that, to me made it a goal.
Of course, I didn't think the Rangers should have lost a goal to a kick that was actually a leg bearing down to make a stop.
its easy to assume that its a goal, but it can't be overturned on assumptions. There has to be clear visual evidence that the puck crossed the line and this does not mean applying physics or assuming that the puck was traveling faster then the pad. doesn't matter.

Do I think it was a goal? Probably.

But its over now, and since that the call of no goal was made on the ice and there was no substantial video evidence to prove otherwise, the call stood.

should the league look to make improvements on video replay? Hell Freaking Yes. Just going by the past few series alone, there should be a camera with a faster frame rate from more locations than just the over head angle. and seeing as how the goal call is over and done with, the debate on how to make it better and more accurate should be the only one going on right now.

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its easy to assume that its a goal, but it can't be overturned on assumptions. There has to be clear visual evidence that the puck crossed the line and this does not mean applying physics or assuming that the puck was traveling faster then the pad. doesn't matter.

Do I think it was a goal? Probably.

But its over now, and since that the call of no goal was made on the ice and there was no substantial video evidence to prove otherwise, the call stood.

should the league look to make improvements on video replay? Hell Freaking Yes. Just going by the past few series alone, there should be a camera with a faster frame rate from more locations than just the over head angle. and seeing as how the goal call is over and done with, the debate on how to make it better and more accurate should be the only one going on right now.

That I completely agree with. Like I said, I'm not crying over "split" milk. It's sports. The human factor is what makes it so intruiging.

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That I completely agree with. Like I said, I'm not crying over "split" milk. It's sports. The human factor is what makes it so intruiging.
True, as much as we all hate the refs, i dont want to see some type of auto goal system used... that would just take all the fun out of messages boards and sports debate in general

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