At 14:33 of the second period in the Sharks/Red Wings game, video review upheld the referee's call on the ice that the puck was played off Justin Abdelkader's stick and went into the Detroit net. Good Goal San Jose.
At 19:36 of the first period in the Blues/Blackhawks game, video review upheld the referee's call on the ice that Jamie Langenbrunner kicked the puck to Andy McDonald who shot the puck into the net in a legal fashion. Good Goal St. Louis.
At 15:15 of the third period in the Blackhawks/Rangers game, video review upheld the referee's call on the ice that Ryan McDonagh's pass deflected off Carl Hagelin's skate and into the net. According to rule 49.2 "A puck that deflects into the net off an attacking player's skate who does not use a distinct kicking motion is a legitimate goal." Good Goal New York
At 1:44 of the second period in the Lightning/Sharks game, video review was initiated because Michal Handzus shot entered the net after the post was dislodged.
The referee, however, awarded the goal on the basis of rule 63.6 "In the event that the goalpost is displaced, either deliberately or accidentally, by a defending player, prior to the puck crossing the goal line between the normal position of the goalposts, the Referee may award a goal." Good Goal San Jose.
At 14:48 of the second period in the Blackhawks/Rangers game, the situation room in Toronto initiated a review of a play. Brad Richards' shot was stopped by Corey Crawford before completely crossing the goal line. The referee then blew the whistle ending the play with the puck still not completely over the goal line. No Goal New York.
At 5:18 of the first period in the Blackhawks/Rangers game, the Blackhawks were assessed 2 minor penalties, 1 to Andrew Shaw for holding and 1 to John Scott for boarding. In this case Rule 19 (Table 17) applied and Chicago's captain has the choice to play one player short-handed for four minutes or two players shorthanded for two minutes.