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Red Wings vs. Maple Leafs - Jan. 12th, 7:00pm - TSN4, Fan 590

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A Weekend at Bernier's


louisstamos



herman

"Can't let the poison get to you"
#BeBlessed #scumbag

Zanzibar Buck-Buck McFate


louisstamos


herman

"Can't let the poison get to you"
#BeBlessed #scumbag

L K

Wait, that might come back.   The Leafs benefitted from one of these before...although why does the puck come out of the zone


A Weekend at Bernier's

A ridiculous rule.  Kicking into the net, I get it.  Trying to kick it up to your stick, it bounces off the defender and into the net, how can that not be a "good goal".

herman

Kicked by McMann and then booted by Maata. Terrible rule but sharp challenge.
"Can't let the poison get to you"
#BeBlessed #scumbag

Zanzibar Buck-Buck McFate


lamajama

I didn't say it was your fault, I said I was blaming you.

Deebo

Rule 37.4:

QuotePlays that involve a puck entering the net as a direct result of a "distinct kicking motion" shall be ruled NO GOAL.

A "distinct kicking motion," for purposes of Video Review, is one where the video makes clear that an attacking Player has deliberately propelled the puck with a kick of his foot or skate and the puck subsequently enters the net. A goal cannot be scored on a play where an attacking Player propels the puck with his skate into the net (even by means of a subsequent deflection off of another Player) using a "distinct kicking motion." A goal also cannot be scored on a play where an attacking Player kicks any equipment (stick, glove, helmet, etc.) at the puck, including kicking the blade of his own stick, causing the puck to cross the goal line.

A puck that deflects into the net off an attacking Player's skate who does not use a "distinct kicking motion" shall be ruled a GOAL. A puck that is directed into the net by an attacking Players' skate shall also be ruled a GOAL, as long as no "distinct kicking motion" is evident.