Found October 20, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
PLAYERS: Lars Eller
TEAMS: Montreal Canadiens
Here is the no-goal by Lars Eller of the Montreal Canadians...     Perhaps the NHL should make decisions more clear by announcing the play was overruled on the ice before going to the Situation Room in Toronto.  That way fans at the game plus the TV audience knows what is going on.  In this instance, everyone felt it would be a goal since the video replay showed no concrete evidence otherwise, until of course the ref announced what was decided by the group of on-ice officials. What did Michel Therrien have to say about the call?  Watch the first 25 seconds of the video below... Continue reading "Video- Ref Says Goal, Other On-Ice Officials Say No"
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