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by Paul on 04/20/07 at 12:04 AM ET
Coming on the heels of a no-goal call that was overturned in the Sabres’ favor in Game 3, Campbell figured tempers might be running hot in the Islanders’ front office, where it’s an article of faith that NHL headquarters is anti-Islanders. “We understand the Islanders think they were hard done by,” Campbell said Thursday in a telephone interview.
“We understand Garth Snow is a rookie general manager, and Ted Nolan has to play the cards he’s got. When things don’t go the way you want, we’d understand they want to play that game. But at the end of the day, we’re looking at a level playing field ... I tell the managers every year that a controversial area is goal reviews. When you have two happen in your home arena, they’re going to say they got screwed.”
For another point of view- David Kolb at MSG Network,
A few minutes later we learned that “The War Room” in Toronto said that it was the on-ice official that called it a non-goal, as referee Mike Leggo claimed rule 78.5 (ix) was the basis for his decision.
Rule 78.5 (ix) states, When a goalkeeper has been pushed into the net together with the puck after making a save … the goal is disallowed.
Problem here is A) the puck was loose before contact was made with Miller; and B) It wasn’t an Islander player that slammed into Miller, it was clearly #21 Drew Stafford.
added 8:04am, Friday April 20th, IF you haven’t seen the video of the disputed Witt non-goal, here it is...
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