At 7:37 of the first period in the Penguins/Flyers game, video review was initiated to determine if the puck shot by Pittsburgh defenseman Kris Letang crossed the goal line. Video review confirmed the call on the ice that the puck did not cross the goal line. No goal Pittsburgh.
At 19:59 of the first period of the Predators/Avalanche game, video review was inconclusive in determining if Nashville forward Patric Hornqvist struck the puck above the crossbar. Call on the ice stands; good goal Nashville.
At 5:50 of the second period of the Maple Leafs/Canadiens game, video review upheld the referee's call on the ice that Montreal forward Max Pacioretty kicked the puck into the net. According to rule 49.2 "A goal cannot be scored by an attacking player who uses a distinct kicking motion to propel the puck into the net.". No goal Montreal.
At 10:54 of the third period in the Blackhawks/Wild game, video review was inconclusive in determining if Bryan Bickell deflected Niklas Hjalmarsson's shot into the net with a high stick. Referee's call on the ice stands. No Goal Chicago.
According to Rule 60.5 "An apparent goal scored by an attacking player who strikes the puck with his stick carried above the height of the crossbar of the goal frame shall not be allowed. The determining factor is where the puck makes contact with the stick."
At 5:49 of the first period in the Maple Leafs/Lightning game, video review upheld the referee's call on the ice that Brian Lee's shot deflected off Martin St Louis skate and off Ben Scrivens 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 Tampa Bay.
At 3:05 of the second period in the Wild/Predators game, the Toronto situation room initiated a video review because the puck appeared to go into the Wild net following a scrum. The referee determined that he had blown the whistle to declare play dead prior to the puck crossing the goal line. No Goal Nashville.
At 12:46 of the second period in the Hurricanes/Senators game, video review determined that Nick Foligno's shot was stopped by Cam Ward and deflected up in the air and was directed into the Hurricanes net by Chris Neil's arm. According to rule 78.5 "Apparent goals shall be disallowed when the puck has been directed, batter or thrown into the net by an attacking player other than with a stick." No Goal Ottawa.
Just talking on our side in terms of the ideas [The League has] and projects that [it's] working on, the game is certainly headed in a direction that gives us every chance to grow the business in so many different ways.
— Nashville Predators GM David Poile on the announcement of the 2014-15 NHL cap increase