I spy one irate John Tortorella.
The fiery Canucks coach wasn’t the only one that was steaming on Sunday night, however, as Vancouver was the victim of a very iffy call during the second period against the Stars.
With Dallas leading by one, Henrik Sedin appeared to tie up the game midway through the second, slipping the puck past Kari Lehtonen on a rebound. Sedin didn’t even have time to enjoy his tally, though, as the refs quickly nullified the goal, citing goalie interference on Daniel Sedin, who was posting up in the crease.
The only thing missing from that call seemed to be any sort of interference between Daniel and Lehtonen, leading Torts to engage in a meltdown like only he can, and it even sparked some rare emotion out of Henrik as his brother made his way to the penalty box.
Check out the questionable play in the video below.
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