Breaking News | Goal or no goal? What goes into NHL reviews that always stir up controversy

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Breaking News | Goal or no goal? What goes into NHL reviews that always stir up controversy
Breaking News | Goal or no goal? What goes into NHL reviews that always stir up controversy

In law, there’s what you know and what you can prove. NHL senior vice president of hockey operations Mike Murphy said the same is true when it comes to video reviews of goals.“One of the consistencies of our (situation) room is that we have to have video evidence that the puck is over the goal line before we can overrule a referee,” Murphy told USA TODAY Sports. “It’s that simple.”He said the Patric Hornqvist no-goal decision in Game 2 of the Pittsburgh Penguins-Washington Capitals series is an ...

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