Does anybody really know what was supposed to have happened in the case of a missed goal? First and foremost, it is NOT the referee's fault that the goal was not noticed straight away. Rather, the goal judge screwed up. If he does his job right and turns on the red light, crisis is averted. However, failing this, what is supposed to happen? My gut feeling is that nothing at all should have happened unless the Russians requested the referee to go upstairs. Moreover, this request would have to be made before completion of the next face-off after the missed goal. In the absence of such a call from the Russians, play should carry on and the missed goal becomes a non-issue once the face-off is completed and play restarts (after which point you cannot go back). This is more or less what happened last night, except that somebody called down from the video replay booth, and this is what stirred up the sh*t. Are the video replay people not supposed to remain silent unless called upon by the referee? I've never heard of them calling down to get the referee's attention without first being prompted to do so. Does anybody know exactly how this was supposed to play out?