With the interference call on Evangelista, he did make contact with the goalie prior to the puck entering the net. I does not matter if the goaltender is out of the crease, which he was, it only mattered if the interference stopped the goaltender from making the save which was a border line call on the review. This is why it took 7 minutes to review the call because you need clear evidence the call on the ice was wrong and it was hard to say there was no contact, the goalie was coming out of the net to challenge the shooter and could have initiated the contact which would negate the interference, it just wasn’t clear, so the call on ice stands. As far as the Howel penalty goes, it was a slew foot, however, I don’t think their was intent to injure. I believe the intent was to obstruct and it was executed poorly. I would be surprised if there is any suspension on the play as I don’t think it was egregious. Boys played well today, could have been 7-3.