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Keep an eye on Adam Hall as he skates out from behind the net on this Sean Couturier goal which put the Flyers up 4-2 late in the 2nd period.

There will be more videos on this, the overhead shot really shows wht Hall did and I will post when available.

update 8:54pm, Damn, NHL.com pulled the video, will try to find it so when you see this removed, the video is working.

update 8:58pm, The goal is now being awarded to Jay Rosehill, that is why it was pulled, but no video of it yet.

updated 10:23pm, Found a video at CSN Philly but it really doesn' show Hall grabbing the top of  Reimer's stick and pulling and throwing him off-balance, hopefully the video will pop up soon.

Watch it below and audio auto play is on off, figured out how to turn it off.

added 8:05am 4/5/13, you will see the stick hold.

 

 

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tkfergy's avatar

At about the 30 sec mark you can see him run into the shaft of his stick, which turned Reimer out of position, but I wouldn’t say Hall grabbed it, more of shouldered it out of the way.

Posted by tkfergy on 04/04/13 at 11:13 PM ET

WEALLBLEEDREDD's avatar

I found the vid and posted it on my channel

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_-gEK83J8k&feature=youtu.be

Posted by WEALLBLEEDREDD from Vancouver on 04/05/13 at 04:29 AM ET

phillyd's avatar

Sorry, he didn’t do anything wrong there. If anything, it’s incidental contact outside the crease with two players going to the same position.

Posted by phillyd from Southern New Jersey on 04/05/13 at 06:28 AM ET

Paul's avatar

Added a 2nd video, scroll to the 4 minute mark to see the goal.

Posted by Paul from Motown Area on 04/05/13 at 07:07 AM ET

Paul's avatar

Thanks WEALLBLEEDREDD, I added that video to the post and removed the one I just put up.

Posted by Paul from Motown Area on 04/05/13 at 07:12 AM ET

TheFreak's avatar

Anyone notice Kent Huskins on the ice for that goal? Good for him.

Posted by TheFreak on 04/05/13 at 07:33 AM ET

DrewBehr's avatar

@PhillyD - Reimer was still in the crease when the contact occurred.

Posted by DrewBehr from The Mitten on 04/05/13 at 10:52 AM ET

SYF's avatar

Anyone notice Kent Huskins on the ice for that goal? Good for him.

Posted by TheFreak on 04/05/13 at 08:33 AM ET

I’m reminded of Bob Rouse.

Posted by SYF from Alana Blanchard's Bikinis and Surfboards on 04/05/13 at 11:18 AM ET

phillyd's avatar

Posted by DrewBehr from The Mitten on 04/05/13 at 11:52 AM ET

Go look at the end of the overhead again. Right skate is out and he puts the stick out in front of Hall, well outside of the crease. Sorry, again, two people trying to get to the same spot, nothing wrong there with it.

Posted by phillyd from Southern New Jersey on 04/05/13 at 03:03 PM ET

Paul's avatar

Kerry Fraser of TSN,

Since Adam Hall skated in a straight line from behind the goal line and slightly outside of James Reimer’s crease it would be highly unlikely that a Referee would deem the contact deliberate and assess a minor penalty for goalkeeper interference. The correct call to make at this point however would be to disallow the goal through incidental contact as stated in components of Rule 69.

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Posted by Paul from Motown Area on 04/05/13 at 03:19 PM ET

redxblack's avatar

We’ve all seen goals disallowed for so much less.

Posted by redxblack from Akron Ohio on 04/05/13 at 03:24 PM ET

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