Is this a legal shootout goal?

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  1. ijuka

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    It obviously is not a legal goal.

    I find it funny how something clearly incorrectly judged is "controversial". Just call it what it is, "travesty" or "tragic failure to ref the game properly".
     
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    That's a crazy goal but I don't see anything against the rules there? He didn't go backwards or anything.
     
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    I'm with the majority here, I don't like that goal counting. If they allow goals like that, it makes it VERY tough on the goalies.
     
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    Questionable for sure but I've seen ones like this count before so it is what it is
     
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    Unless there’s another angle I haven’t seen I don’t see how that can be called a goal
     
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    The NHL needs to mic up the officials as they discuss the replay. Not only would it be very interesting to hear the analysis but it would make things more clear as to why the decisions are made. Did the refs feel he was skating parallel to the goal line? Was it inconclusive? Just do it NHL.... live a little!
     
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    By the letter of the rule, it shouldn't have been good (from what I've seen)
    But frankly, this is a case where the rule SHOULD allow for goals like this one.
     
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    Looks worse than it was.
     
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    Shouldn't have counted, but the refs never call this one per the rules.
     
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    probably shouldn't have counted.

    likely would have won anyway
     
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    Nope.

    Goalie should’ve speared him too.
     
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    The rules are the same in the NLA. The goal was under review and the refs decided that there was no backwards motion and ruled it a good goal.
     
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    Ranger fan here. Beer league goalie. No goal imo by the rule book.
     
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    There was an overhead angle during the broadcast that made this look "less illegal". But the OP's video makes it look full blown illegal. Not a fan of shootouts. I understand why they have them but still don't like them.

    I'd like a rule during 3 on 3 whereby once the offence enters the zone bringing the puck out intentionally is a turnover and the opposing team gets the puck. LOL More and more it seems 3 on 3 time is dwindling down as teams kill time to make their line changes.
     
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    Would have been a nice goal a couple weeks ago at the All Star game, but no I don't think it should have counted :dunno:
     
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    Just get rid of the Shoot Out. Its OK to end in a tie.
     
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    That shouldn't count, there's two times where the puck went the opposite direction of the goal line...
     
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    I've looked at this 4 times, and I still can't fathom how it could be legal
     
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    So far the NHL has been pretty consistent with allowing these types of goals in the shootout
     
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    I get and understand why the NHL allows the puck to move slightly backwards while handling and the player is moving forward.

    How a player starts moving away from the net/goal line along with the puck counts makes no sense. I really wonder why there is even a rule book at times.
     
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    Everyone saying it’s so obvious should see the angle from the front of Panarin. It’s more questionable. When I saw him score it from the back angle I thought there was no way it’d count. From the front angle then I thought 50/50.
     
  22. KirkAlbuquerque

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    I didn’t like it, those kind of goals shouldn’t be allowed
     
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    This looks good to me.

    Panarin’s does not.
     
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    It's tough to call because while the puck and Panarin did move away from the goal, it appeared to still move toward the goal line (which extends from board to board).. or at least moves parallel to the line.. It's a really tough call for me..
     
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    That shouldn’t count either in my opinion. My opinion means jack **** though.
     

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