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Video- Artemi Panarin Shootout Goal, Good Or Not?

On Twitter, most people say no goal.

Part of the rule book on the penalty shot is below.

The Rangers did win the the shootout.

 

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Paul's avatar

via Michael Russo tweet,

Boudreau on Panarin shootout goal: “It should’ve been (called back). I just read the rule and the rule says the puck has to be going forward at all times. I may be blind, but it doesn’t look like it was going forward at the end.”

Posted by Paul from Motown Area on 02/14/20 at 12:46 AM ET

Alan's avatar

I have to agree with Boudreau. That puck didn’t look like it was moving forward at all there at the end. It looked more like it was moving side to side, away from the goal, and that’s not a forward motion at all.

But what do I know? The officials in recent years have thrown out the rulebook and written their own rules.

Posted by Alan from Atlanta on 02/14/20 at 01:33 AM ET

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Agreed.

Posted by ThatGuy on 02/14/20 at 02:49 AM ET

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Shootout, to most, is a joke anyway. Its supposed to be an entertaining way to make games not end in a tie. Good for casual fans, good for players who dont want to play a bunch of OT.

Let it stand, open up the rules a bit. What panarin did is not that egregious to the rules.

Posted by ilovehomers on 02/14/20 at 08:05 AM ET

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No forward progression, no goal.

Posted by Hootinani from the parade following Babs out of town on 02/14/20 at 09:12 AM ET

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no goal

Posted by Goalie dad on 02/14/20 at 09:45 AM ET

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Wings got a goal against disallowed recently i believe because the puck carrier stopped. I think. That shouldn’t have been a goal.

According to the tile book.

But it’s stupid to legislate tons of rules onto a shoot out.

Posted by teldar on 02/14/20 at 10:23 AM ET

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How many shoot out goals of that ilk has 20 cent Kane scored?

Posted by mrfluffy from A wide spot on I-90 in Montana on 02/14/20 at 11:49 AM ET

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I’m not sure about the whole forward motion of the puck thing (doesn’t that mean any forward/back stickhandling should be called back?), but if a player stops or pivots away from the goal, it should be no goal.

Posted by hockeyfreak13 from Grand Rapids on 02/14/20 at 12:23 PM ET

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No goal as far as I understand the rules - not even close.

Goalies need to know what they are supposed to be
prepared for and able to wait out. Forward progress makes that
clear at least.

It’s a silly skills competition, maybe, but the extra
point on the line is no joke. Should a shooter be able to
do loops around the net until he gets an angle he likes?

It looked like Panarin stopped moving toward the goal and
then drifted off and actually further away (in relation to the crease)
to get a better angle to shoot. A shooter running out of room in relation to
the goalie and crease is a huge part of the duel between the two of them.
Getting closer, then farther away, disrupts that balance, unless the shooter gets
shoots while still moving forward (e.g. by the net while making a final deke in tight).

Posted by lefty.30 on 02/14/20 at 12:39 PM ET

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It’s a silly skills competition, maybe, but the extra
point on the line is no joke. Should a shooter be able to
do loops around the net until he gets an angle he likes?

I agree with you. So you can’t make the rules lax; but where the line is? I don’t know.

Is it too open to say you can do anything until you hit the goal line and only one shot?

Posted by ilovehomers on 02/14/20 at 01:37 PM ET

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