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He Didn’t Call “Net”

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The Sharks took a 3-1 lead on an odd goal. Craig Rivet blasted a shot from the high slot that hit a stick in front, went over the net and appeared to hit the mesh on top of the boards, which would have whistled the play dead. The puck went to the low right side where Setoguchi knocked it in with 10:43 to play. Since a goal can’t be reviewed for a dead puck, the score was allowed to stand.

Wings lose the game 3-2.  I was at the game and saw the play.  When the puck hit the netting behind the goal, I basically relaxed, expecting a whistle and a face-off. Tthe next thing you know, the puck is in the net and the Sharks are celebrating a goal.

On-ice officials missed it, plain and simple, nothing you can do but move on to the next game…

Video adde 3/1/08...

Near the end of the video, you will see the puck land at the right side of the net…

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