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POSTED ON Saturday, 10.15.2011 / 11:24 PM

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VAN@EDM - 4:19 of the 2nd period

At 4:19 of the 2nd period in the Oilers/Canucks game, video review conclusively validated referee Dean Morton's call on the ice that Henrik Sedin's shot  was conclusively over the goal line.

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POSTED ON Saturday, 10.15.2011 / 10:45 PM

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DET@MIN - 4:11 of overtime

At 4:11 of overtime in the Red Wings/Wild game, Video replay conclusively validated the call on the ice by referee Wes McCauley that Detroit's Johan Franzen's winning goal had clearly crossed the goal line before the net came completely off the pegs. The puck did go off Franzen's skate but video review concluded that the puck was not kicked into the net.

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POSTED ON Saturday, 10.15.2011 / 7:31 PM

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BUF@PIT - 9:24 of 1st Period

At 9:24 of the first period of the Sabres/Penguins game. Video review confirmed referee Paul Devorski's call on the ice that Nathan Gerbe's backhand shot went into the net before the net came completely dislodged.

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POSTED ON Thursday, 10.13.2011 / 9:51 PM

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WPG@CHI - 3:09 of the 2nd period

At 3:09 of the 2nd period in the Winnipeg/Chicago game, the league called for a review of the play but referee Steve Kozari had whistled the play dead.
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POSTED ON Thursday, 10.13.2011 / 9:43 PM

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VAN@DET - 20:00 of the 2nd period

Video Review was used at 20:00 of the 2nd period of the Red Wings/Canucks game to conclusively determine that the period had ended prior to the puck crossing the goal line on Cody Hodgson's shot.

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POSTED ON Thursday, 10.13.2011 / 8:56 PM

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WSH@PIT - 0:40 of the 3rd period

Video Review was used to determine that at 0:40 of the 3rd period of the Penguins/Capitals game,  Alex Ovechkin's tip-in on a point shot by Mike Green had conclusively entered the net  and hit the back crossbar. The overhead replay was used to make the call.

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POSTED ON Tuesday, 10.11.2011 / 10:03 PM

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MIN@OTT - 6:13 of the 3rd period

At 6:13 of the 3rd period in the Minnesota/Ottawa game video review was used to conclusively determine that Chris Neil scored. The puck clearly crossed the goal line and entered the net. The overhead look was used to make the ruling.

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POSTED ON Tuesday, 10.11.2011 / 9:51 PM

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MIN@OTT - 1:57 of the 3rd Period

Video Review at 1:57 of the 3rd Period in the Minnesota/Ottawa game confirmed the referee's ruling on the ice that Minnesota forward Nick Johnson scored a goal during a goal mouth scramble.  The puck was conclusively determined to be entirely over the goal line.

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POSTED ON Monday, 10.10.2011 / 9:16 PM

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VAN @ CBJ - 0:51 of the 3rd Period

At 0:51 of the 3rd period of the Canucks/Blue Jackets game. Video Replay saw a puck cross the Canucks goalline after a goalmouth scramble. Upon consultation with Referee Marcus Vinnerborg it was determined that the referee had called the play dead when defenceman Chris Tanev  put his hand on the puck which was prior to the puck crossing the goalline. A penalty shot was awarded to the Blue Jackets on the play. 

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POSTED ON Saturday, 10.08.2011 / 9:42 PM

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CBJ @ MIN - 17:53 of the 2nd Period

  • Video review in the second period of the Columbus-Minnesota game confirmed that Columbus forward Derek Dorsett put the puck into the net with his stick. Good goal.
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I've been getting frustrated lately, and the only thing keeping me sane was the team winning and other people stepping up and scoring. Then you just kind of let it go and realize you can end the series with one shot, that frustration goes away for a brief moment, and that's what happened.

— Montreal forward Max Pacioretty after scoring the series-winner in Game 4 -- his first career playoff goal -- to eliminate the Lightning and send the Canadiens into the second round