OT: Any Video evidence of refs jobbing Leafs in this thread plz.

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  1. Jamason Registered User

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    Yes, from that video there is a good likelihood that the puck crossed the line. But, from where the ref is standing, it's virtually impossible for him to actually see the puck in the net. Even less possible for the goal judge to see it.

    Seriously, you can say all you want that it's obvious that the puck was in the net. That's not the issue. The ref and the goal judge could not see it, and the video evidence, while interesting, is not conclusive, certainly not enough to overturn the original call.

    You can speculate all you want, but you can not clearly see the puck fully over the goal line at any time prior to the stoppage in play.
     
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    The ref was saying it's no-goal before the shot was made. Wtf!?
     
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    The one shown in that video is the third shot in that sequence. Obviously the ref is saying 'no goal' on one of the previous shots.
     
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    I wonder why the ref is already signaling no goal before the shot is even taken.
     
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    See the previous post.
     
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    So the spear Thornton got hasn’t been dissected and broken down by the main networks yet. Well colour me surprised eh. Does anyone have a angle showing where that landed on Thornton? It looked like he got it in the family jewels to me.

    That’s suspendable but i was just waiting to see how much they would talk about it. Not to much from tsn or sportnet eh Leafers. They are so garbage.

    Nothing from the Nhl DOPS and Parros.
     
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    A little different scenario here. Was Soup jobbed out of a goal when he wasn’t awarded an automatic goal when he was hooked leading him to hit the post on an empty net. Kerfoot eventually scored, but according to the rules they should have immediately blown it a goal.

    Rule 25.1 covers Awarded Goals, as does Rule 57.4 (which is referenced by Rule 55.6, Hooking):
    25.1 Awarded Goal – A goal will be awarded to the attacking team when the opposing team has taken their goalkeeper off the ice and an attacking player has possession and control of the puck in the neutral or attacking zone, without a defending player between himself and the opposing goal, and he is prevented from scoring as a result of an infraction committed by the defending team.

    Or

    57.4 Awarded Goal – If, when the opposing goalkeeper has been removed from the ice, a player in control of the puck (or who could have obtained possession and control of the puck) in the neutral or attacking zone is tripped or otherwise fouled with no opposition between him and the opposing goal, thus preventing a reasonable scoring opportunity, the Referee shall immediately stop play and award a goal to the attacking team.
     
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    Nice catch... cool. You likely know the rules better than them incompetent imbeciles
     
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    Easily you can see the hook in this link at the very end,last 20 seconds
    Marner scores 100th career goal as Leafs sweep two-game series vs. Jets
     
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    It's the same logic as calling a penalty shot on a breakaway. Was he clearly wide open? Was he interfered with enough to prevent his shooting?

    So it's a judgement call, and I guess even tougher to justify than a regular penalty shot, which still has a fair chance of being stopped.

    (The automatic goal is basically the same as giving a penalty shot with nobody in net.)

    In that particular case, I think I would have awarded the goal, but I might be biased, and I wouldn't say the ref made a bad call. At worst, he made the less controversial call.
     
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    Feel we need this thread again after Game 6 and 7.
     
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    Leafs jobbed themselves. Embarrassing thread
     
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    Your soft team is more embarrassing. Biggest bunch of choke artists in the world of sport
     

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