Found March 29, 2013 on Fox Sports Ohio:
If Matt Calvert was able to deliberately kick a loose puck into the net against the Edmonton Oilers while being slammed down to the ice backside first by a Ryan Nugent-Hopkins takedown that was more like a WWE smackdown, then Calvert needs to be moonlighting with Cirque de Soleil. Just in case you havent seen the video, check it out. It happened in the 2nd period of the Blue Jackets disheartening 6-4 loss to the Oilers Thursday night in Edmonton. When the apparent goal was scored, I was absolutely, unequivocally sure it would stand. As a matter of fact, when our Blue Jackets Live producer Travis Williams said, with a straight face, that he didnt have a good feeling about the situation, I laughed. I thought he was kidding. But he insisted there is precedence for these kinds of rulings going against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Turns out he was right, although the decision seemed to defy the laws of anatomical possibilities. Admittedly, its hard to point to the no-goal ruling from the ...
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