ChinookUT wrote:Anyone with knowledge of physics could make a legitimate mathematical argument that the puck completely crossed the line, but that is not relevant.
guiner wrote:It was edge of puck on edge of line when the glove came over and it clearly moved at least an inch further in. It was a goal, and they knew it.
I have watched a lot of playoff hockey this year, and EVERY single video decision has gone towards keeping the game close whenever they could utilize even the tiniest of excuses.
Draftnik wrote:The camera guy has an opening in the glass on the boards near the corner closest to the Flyers bench (opposite the Pens entrance to the ice). There is some fan that wears a Pens colored wig near the opening.
Tonight the TSN guys were discussing how the officials seem to be reluctant to make goal calls on the ice and now are going upstairs without making a definitive on ice decision.
roller81 wrote:That is a great edit..I guess the line is barely visible due to the ice being scraped up and stuff, but isnt there a way they could make the line bolder like that on the ice? football does the yellow line for a first down, why cant hockey do the same for the goal line. Would definately make it easier to see if the puck is truely over or not if you could actually see the line
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