At 13:14 of the third period in the Blues/Flyers game, video review conclusively determined that Philadelphia defenseman Matt Carle's shot had completely crossed the goal line. Good goal for Philadelphia.
At 6:43 of the first period in the Hurricanes/Jets game, video review upheld the call on the ice that the goal awarded to Carolina forward Jeff Skinner went into the net off a Winnipeg Jets player's skate during a scrum in front of the Winnipeg net.
At 6:20 of the 2nd period in the Predators/Flames game the referee blew the play dead during a scrum in the Nashville goal crease area. The issue of whether the puck crossed the line or not was not subject to video review because the referee, citing rule 69 of the rule book, deemed that Calgary Flames forward Tom Kostopoulos interfered with Nashville Predators goaltender Pekka Rinne, impeding him from making a save .
Video review was initiated at 3:39 of the second period in New Jersey to determine if the puck entered the New Jersey net in a legal fashion. The puck deflected off the skate of San Jose forward Ryan Clowe, but there was no distinct kicking motion. The call on the ice stands, good goal San Jose.
At 5:20 of the 3rd period in the Penguins/Canadiens game video review could not overrule the referees call on the ice that Arron Asham directed the puck into the net with his stick below the crossbar. Good Goal for Pittsburgh.
At 6:39 of the 2nd period in the Sharks/Ducks game video review upheld the call on the ice by referee Dave Jackson that the goal by the Sharks Marc-Edouard Vlasic went into the net off the skate of Ducks forward Bobby Ryan.
At 13:36 of the third period in the St. Louis/Anaheim game, video review was used to determine if the puck shot by Anaheim forward Bobby Ryan completely crossed the goal line. Video review upheld Referee Jackson's call on the ice that the puck completely crossed the goal line, good goal.