Found November 06, 2013 on Diehardsport:

The San Jose Sharks and Buffalo Sabres were in an intense overtime game when it appeared that the puck crossed the line in overtime.  Sharks forward Tommy Wingels celebrated like they had scored, but the referee waived it off.  Because the referee never saw anything he thought would be questionable, he never went to have the goal reviewed by the NHL’s crew in Toronto.  The Sharks coaches never demanded they review the play and the Sabres went on to beat the Sharks in a shootout.  The Sharks were absolutely robbed of a point and it will be interesting to see what the NHL says about this.   A review would have shown that this puck was in as clear as day. [Reddit]

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