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by Paul on 12/29/11 at 03:32 AM ET
from Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune,
“I thought both their goals should have been whistled down, both goals should have been called something … infractions on both their goals,” Quenneville said. “Clearly, the refereeing was tough to watch. But we still had a lot of chances at the other end and unfortunately you’re not going to win the game when you don’t score a goal.”
Quenneville believed the refereeing crew of Ghislain Hebert and Tom Kowal should have called goaltending interference on Hunter’s second-period goal. He also thought Justin Williams illegally took down the Hawks’ Nick Leddy in front of the net to help lead to Stoll’s third-period score that put the game out of reach.
more on the Blackhawks loss to the Kings…
Now let’s examine the goals below…
First the Trent Hunter goal, followed by the Jarret Stoll goal.
I think it is the type of play we see these days in the NHL, nothing really stands-out to me that could be called a penalty.
On a side note, what’s with the Drew Doughty cup-check of Stoll during the goal celebration?
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