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Video- You Almost Want To Call It A Goal

But the shot by Tim Connolly was ruled no goal on the ice and multiple angles never shows the puck crossing the line.

Rangers goaltender Marty Biron did a fine job of covering the puck and also blocking-out all the cameras.

I wonder if the call on the ice was goal would the situation room overruled the call?

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  Tags: marty+biron, tim+connolly

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As what I saw was the puck inches away from the goal line and then biron slid
into the net about another foot, to me even if you could not see the puck, you would
automatically assumed it went past the goal line. But even if the goal counted
the way the leafs were playing it was horrible, it reminded me from a phrase I know
( Are they that good, or are we that bad. )

Thank you.
P.S Leafs need a steady routine on the ice, playing the same way most of the games. With same line and same players, a system that would be easy to
improve all the time, also you would need your players effort in every game.

Posted by Frank from Aurora on 01/15/12 at 03:36 PM ET

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