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Hi Kerry, Id like your thoughts on the bizarre ending to Saturdays Pens-Rangers game in which the Rangers second shootout goal was disallowed after the two teams had already left the ice. Clearly the final call was correct and it was a tough on-ice call for Kelly Sutherland. But why was the reversal so delayed? Were the proper NHL procedures followed and have you ever seen a similar situation? Bill Andrews, Pittsburgh Bill: The Situation Room in Toronto obtains the feed from all local and network broadcasts so they can acquire every possible camera angle to review a potential goal or play. It can take a few moments to cue up and review all of the various angles until one provides definitive information. Once Dan Boyle put the puck past Marc-Andre Fleury on what appeared to be a routine deke and legitimate goal to give NY a shoot-out victory, the Rangers players were celebrating with Henrik Lunquvist before proceeding to their dressing room. Sam Rosen and Joe Micheletti were ready to sign off on the MSG broadcast with closing post-game comments. As Sam and Joe were wrapping up, Bob Errey made an outstanding call from the overhead replay on the Penguins Root Sports broadcast. That camera angle clearly demonstrated how Dan Boyle had in fact double-touched the puck and should result in a disallowed goal! Errey emphatically repeated his call to play-by-play man Paul Steigerwald and the replay horn then sounded long and loud multiple times to indicate that the goal was under review. Following a quick review, the teams were summoned from their dressing room as referee Kelly Sutherland clicked on his microphone and relayed the correct determination made by the personnel in the Situation Room to disallow the goal. It is hard to comprehend the emotional rollercoaster that took place for the players in each respective dressing room. It was surely a thrill of victory and agony of defeat moment after Brandon Sutter scored on the ensuing attempt and Rick Nash was stoned by Fleury to give the Penguins a 3-2 win. The proper procedure was followed to review and disallow the goal once they looked at all the angles. Precious time would have been saved and likely prevented the players from leaving the ice if the overhead angle was looked at first. That was just bad luck more than it was anyones fault. The optics looked bad when the players had to be summoned from the dressing room but it also added some unusual suspense and drama to the ending of a great game. I have to believe this bizarre situation was the first and last time teams will be called from their dressing rooms to conclude a shootout. If it hasnt already been done, a policy directive needs to be sent to the teams that require them to remain on the ice until the referee receives the thumbs up signal confirming a good goal and an end to the game. As a player, Bob Errey attempted to help me out with many calls. After seeing the great game-changing call he made on this play perhaps I should have taken his advice. Dennis Rodman Lakers Jersey .com) - Rakeem Christmas scored 21 points, B. Stitched Lakers Jerseys . - Anthony Beauvillier had the winning goal in the third period as the Shawinigan Cataractes edged the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 2-1 on Wednesday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play. . -- Damian Lillard couldnt believe when he got a clear look at the rim. Derek Fisher Jersey .com) - The Eastern Conferences best team takes on one of its worst Tuesday night when the Atlanta Hawks pay a visit to the Wells Fargo Center to take on the Philadelphia 76ers. James Worthy Lakers Jersey . FIFA said in a statement Friday that "several racist and discriminatory incidents were apparently perpetrated by local supporters during the match, in particular by displaying neo-Nazi banners and by making monkey noises and gestures as well as Nazi salutes.CALGARY - Centre Drew Shore was acquired by the Calgary Flames on Friday in a trade with the Florida Panthers in exchange for centre Corban Knight.Shore was drafted by the Panthers in the second round (44th overall) in the 2009 NHL Draft.This season the 23-year-old has 30 points in 35 games with Floridas American Hockey League affiliate, the San Antonio Rampage — which is good for 11th in AHL scoring. On Tuesday, the six-foot-three, 200-pound native of Littleton, Col. was also named to the roster for the AHL All-Star Classic.Shore haas played 67 career NHL games for the Panthers, recording eight goals and 12 assists.dddddddddddd He also played for the United States in the 2014 World Championships where he recorded a goal and an assist in eight games.Knight, meanwhile, was selected by the Flames in fifth round (135th overall) of the 2009 NHL Draft.The High River, Alta., native produced eight goals and 12 points in 22 games this season for Calgarys AHL squad, the Adirondack Flames.The 24-year-old forward scored one goal in nine games with Calgary. ' ' '
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