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Video Review: BOS @ STL - 12:17 of the Third Period

Good goal St. Louis

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Situation Room: BOS vs. STL

Situation Room: O'Reilly awarded goal after review

Ryan O'Reilly is awarded a goal after an official review determines the puck completely crosses the goal line in the 3rd period

  • 00:34 •

At 12:17 of the third period in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final, the Situation Room initiated a video review to further examine a play at the Boston net that occurred at 12:01.

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Video Review: STL @ BOS - 7:00 of the Third Period

No goal Boston

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Situation Room: STL vs. BOS

Situation Room: No-goal call on Bruins stands

Video review confirms David Pastrnak's shot did not cross the goal line, and the no-goal call on the ice is upheld in the 3rd

  • 02:58 •

At 7:00 of the third period in the Blues/Bruins game, the Situation Room initiated a video review to further examine a play at the St. Louis net. The Situation Room supported the Referees call on the ice that the puck did not completely cross the St. Louis goal line. No goal Boston.

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Coach's Challenge: BOS @ STL - 19:50 of the First Period

Good goal Boston

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Situation Room: BOS vs. STL

Situation Room: Kuraly's goal upheld in 1st

The Blues challenge Sean Kuraly's tally in the 1st for potential offside, but after video review, the call on the ice stands as a good goal

  • 01:06 •

At 19:50 of the first period in the Bruins/Blues game, St. Louis requested a Coach's Challenge to review whether Boston's Joakim Nordstrom was off-side prior to Sean Kuraly's goal.

After reviewing all available replays and consulting with the Linesmen, the Situation Room confirmed that St. Louis defenseman Joel Edmundson passed the puck back into his own defending zone prior to the goal. The decision was made in accordance with Rule 83.1 which states, in part, "If a player legally carries or passes the puck back into his own defending zone while a player of the opposing team is in such defending zone, the off-side shall be ignored and play permitted to continue."

Therefore, the original call stands - good goal Boston Bruins.

Since the Coach's Challenge did not result in the original call being overturned, the St. Louis Blues are assessed a minor penalty for delaying the game.

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Officials Update: SJS @ STL

Official will not return

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Referee Wes McCauley left the Sharks/Blues game tonight due to a lower body injury and will not return. He will be replaced by Referee Gord Dwyer.

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Coach's Challenge: BOS @ CAR - 4:16 of the Third Period

Original call stands - no goal Bruins

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Situation Room: BOS vs. CAR

Situation Room: No goal for DeBrusk stands in 3rd

The Bruins challenge the no-goal call on the ice, and after video review, the call is confirmed due to goaltender interference by Jake DeBrusk

  • 00:40 •

At 4:16 of the third period in the Bruins/Hurricanes game, Boston requested a Coach's Challenge to review the "Interference on the Goalkeeper" decision that resulted in a "no goal" call.

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Video Review: BOS @ CAR - 10:09 of the First Period

Play is not reviewable - no goal Bruins

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Situation Room: BOS vs. CAR

Situation Room: No-goal call stands in the 1st

The referees determine the whistle was blown before the puck crossed the goal line with Curtis McElhinney's pad, and the call stands as no goal

  • 00:42 •

At 10:09 of the first period in the Bruins/Hurricanes game, the Situation Room initiated a video review to further examine a play at the Carolina net. The Referee informed the Situation Room that he blew his whistle to stop play before Boston's David Backes pushed Carolina goaltender Curtis McElhinney's pad and puck across the goal line. The decision was made in accordance of Rule 31.2 which states, in part, that "the Referee may deem the play to be stopped slightly prior to the whistle actually being blown. The fact that the puck may come loose or cross the goal line prior to the sound of the whistle has no bearing if the Referee has ruled that the play had been stopped prior to this happening." This is not a reviewable play - no goal Boston Bruins.

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Coach's Challenge: COL @ SJS - 7:49 of the Second Period

Call overturned, no goal Colorado

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Situation Room: COL vs. SJS

Situation Room: Wilson's goal overturned after review

The Sharks challenge Colin Wilson's goal for offside, and after review, the call on the ice is overturned to no goal

  • 00:35 •

At 7:49 of the second period in the Avalanche/Sharks game, San Jose requested a Coach's Challenge to review whether Colorado was off-side prior to Colin Wilson's goal.

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Coach's Challenge: SJS @ COL - 14:36 of the Second Period

Good goal San Jose

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Situation Room: SJS vs. COL

Situation Room: Vlasic's goal stands after review

The Avalanche challenge Marc-Edouard Vlasic's tally for goaltender interference, and after video review, the call on the ice of a goal stands

  • 02:31 •

At 14:36 of the second period in the Sharks/Avalanche game, Colorado requested a Coach's Challenge to review whether San Jose's Timo Meier interfered with Philipp Grubauer prior to Marc-Edouard Vlasic's goal.

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Coach's Challenge: BOS @ CBJ - 8:53 of the First Period

No goal Boston

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Situation Room: BOS vs. CBJ

Situation Room: Kuraly's goal overturned after review

The Blue Jackets challenge for goalie interference prior to Sean Kuraly's tally, and after video review, the call on the ice is overturned

  • 04:48 •

At 8:53 of the first period in the Bruins/Blue Jackets game, Columbus requested a Coach's Challenge to review whether Boston's Joakim Nordstrom interfered with Sergei Bobrovsky prior to Sean Kuraly's goal.

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Clarification: COL @ SJS - 7:04 of the First Period

No goal San Jose

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Situation Room: COL vs. SJS

Situation Room: Labanc's no-goal confirmed in the 1st

The officials rule that the Sharks committed a high stick before Kevin Labanc's goal in the 1st period

  • 02:03 •

At 7:04 of the First Period in the Avalanche/Sharks game, the Referees informed the Situation Room that prior to the puck entering the Colorado net a minor penalty had been assessed to Timo Meier for high sticking. No goal San Jose.

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