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NHL Admits Offside Error

from the CP at the Globe and Mail,

Colin Campbell says he’s almost as upset as the Pittsburgh Penguins over a missed offside call that led to a goal in Wednesday’s playoff opener with the Philadelphia Flyers.

The NHL’s senior executive vice-president of hockey operations acknowledges that linesman Tony Sericolo erred in not whistling the play dead prior to Danny Briere’s goal early in the second period.

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What next??? Let the Flyers play with six guys for 22 seconds if they make it to the Finals???

Sheeeessshh!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Red Winger from work on 04/12/12 at 02:36 PM ET

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Conspiracy theorists?  Of course the NHL is pissed that a blown call was made against the Pens.

Posted by Heaton on 04/12/12 at 02:37 PM ET

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I fully expect the Flyers to be shorthanded 10 times in Game 2 to make up for the error.

Posted by phillyd from Southern New Jersey on 04/12/12 at 03:16 PM ET

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f’ing bull.  Campbell is a joke… who suspended cooke for more games than anyone last season or this season.  Campbell is as upset as nbc/comcast about that missed call.

Posted by gretzky_to_lemieux on 04/12/12 at 03:20 PM ET

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What next??? Let Zetterberg cover the puck twice in the crease and not have a penalty shot awarded?

Fixed. Red Wings fans are the biggest babies I’ve ever seen. It’s been three years. Get over it.

Posted by cs6687 on 04/12/12 at 10:20 PM ET

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I fully expect the Flyers to be shorthanded 10 times in Game 2 to make up for the error.

Posted by phillyd from New Jersey on 04/12/12 at 01:16 PM ET

You saw the Pens PP on Wednesday…is being shorthanded a bad thing for Philly right now?

Posted by Flashtastick56 from Meriden, CT on 04/13/12 at 12:54 AM ET

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