Discussion in 'National Hockey League Talk' started by Mez, Feb 13, 2020 at 11:37 PM.
Sick dangles regardless.
Shouldn’t be. He not only stops forward progress but begins moving away from the net.
Nope. Bad call
I didn't think it was legal from the angle behind Panarin. The angle from his front looked like sideways motion.
Bad call, shouldn't have been a goal.
Nah it went backward a bit imo
I don't get how this could be the explanation? Were they watching a different replay?
Went backwards twice imo, shouldn’t have counted. Sick dangles, but that’s why that rule exists, kinda an unfair advantage.
Obviously, it isn't possible to conclusively say based on that one angle, but it definitely looks to me like it shouldn't have counted.
By the letter of the law those datsyuk dekes wouldn't be legal.
This was a joke, no way it should have counted
that's like, right on the ragged edge of what i consider to be "just puck handling", he was going pretty parallel though i think it's a stretch to call it "backwards" given the camera angle parallax
just a million ways to interpret the rule cause all it really says is the puck has to remain in motion towards the goal line
every stickhandle pulls the puck forward and back so that's a big ol grey area. i guess you could argue that a puck travelling parallel to the goal line would technically be moving away from the goal line once it's outside of the post's plane
Don't like it but it's legal. It annoys me when Patrick Kane does something similar as well.
The puck clearly moves backwards. No goal
Doesn’t look legal at all.
That's a bad, bad call.
He clearly pulled that puck back on the glove side.
Lousy call, but it's in NY. Go figure.
I thought about that too, but I think while the puck is pulled backwards with regular stick handling, a player is moving forward towards the net - in some cases extremely slow, and also in some cases almost parallel. But in this case, not only was the puck pulled back, but the skater was beyond parallel and moving away from the goal line.
Those moves by Panarin reminded me of this shootout goal Mitch Marner had against Ottawa, which they thought should not count and after a review it still did.
According to the rule, how in the hell does the puck keep constant motion towards the opponents goal line. It went both sideways and a little backwards from what I can tell
I dont think the NHL has a camera directly along the goal line
this puck looks dangerously close to actually going backwards a bit
0:33 of that video shows the puck dip below the arch of the goal crease
then the puck moves back above the arch.
Already twice this month I’ve seen two blatantly illegal shootout goals counted.
I don’t like ragging on the refs, I really don’t. But you’ve got FOUR guys watching ONE shooter from all angles and this stuff still gets missed?
But the Wild kind of deserved to lose the shootout after selecting Zuccarello to shoot last. He's a 49% 25-26 shooter in his career. Plus he definitely would have owned the Rangers there. Didn't even have a chance to shoot.
I don't know what this means lol
It's not technically legal but there should be certain exceptions to this when it involves dangling.
I'm OK with this goal.
That should not count, league needs to clear that's call up
Gotta wonder why they all travelled back to NY just for the shootout, right? Go figure indeed.....
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