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. Hey Kerry, Thanks for your insight on some great situations! I dont always agree with your assessment but I appreciate it. My simple question is this; since when did goalie interference become a reviewable thing? During the Hawks-Kings game 1, Toews was driving the net, got a bounce off the skate of a d-man and the pucks goes in the net. As the puck is crossing the line, Toews gets a gentle nudge from said d-man falling onto Quick, even though he did everything but levitate to avoid him. Goal called good on-ice, Toronto calls no goal for goalie interference. While it didnt matter in the end, Id still love to understand better. Thanks! JasonHouston, TX ----- Hi Kerry, I would just like to have some clarification on this disallowed goal in the Los Angeles versus Chicago Western conference game #1. The call originally was called a goal. Then when reviewed they said that there was goalie interference. Isnt the rule you cant review goalie interference? And if they called it off because of goalie interference why was there not a penalty? Thanks,Jordan Pearson ----- Kerry, Can you tell me why Jonathan Toews spectacular goal on Jonathan Quick was disallowed in second period today? Theres no doubt there was contact, but Toews received a slight push in the back on the drive to the net. Even if there was a goal disallowed by contact, I thought that call had to be made by the on ice officials. It looked from the lengthy headset conference that the call was made by Toronto. What gives? Mike Kedzierski Jason, Jordan and Mike, I can understand your confusion once referee Marc Joannettes initial decision to allow Jonathan Toews goal was reversed following discussion with the other members of the officiating crew and then a rather lengthy teleconference with the Situation Room personnel in Toronto. The correct protocol was implemented by the on-ice officials to determine that Toews goal would be disallowed based on incidental contact with Jonathan Quick in the goal crease. The officials quickly gathered for a conference just 10 seconds after Joannette pointed into the net to signal the scoring of Toews goal. The conference (protocol) became necessary because the other officials had important information to share with Joannette on how and why the puck entered the net illegally from their perspective. This play was a classic case of incidental contact with the goalkeeper that should result in no goal and no penalty under Rule 69. Toews received a lead pass through a seam that required his abrupt hard left turn toward the crease for the Hawks captain to make a scoring attempt. Slava Voynov followed close behind in pursuit and used an active stick to separate Toews from the puck a split second before Quick, positioned fully within his blue paint, pushed his paddle toward the puck and made contact with Toews skates at the edge of the crease. In spite of the contact to his skates by Quicks goal stick, Toews was in too close and going too hard (momentum) to effectively stop or avoid contact with the goalkeeper, regardless of any effort to "levitate", Jason. Voynov placed his glove on the pants of Toews after the Hawk was in flight from contacting the goal stick with his skate. Toews made significant contact with Quick inside the crease, causing the goalkeeper to be knocked laterally and allowed the puck to enter the net off the skate of Voynov. Referee Joannette was unable to observe these developments and render an initial decision on the goalkeeper interference, based on his position deep behind the goal line and against the end boards on the opposite side of the goal as Toews was attacking the net. By the time the referee had curled to the other side, the contact had long since taken place and the puck was in the net. Both linesmen rushed to the referee following his point toward the net and as Toews got up off the ice to celebrate. I am firmly convinced the goal was disallowed in the subsequent conference of officials, held at the timekeepers bench, based on the accurate information provided by the other members of the crew to referee Joannette! The system then broke down and needless confusion was created when the referee picked up the headset and engaged in a lengthy conversation with the Situation Room personnel in Toronto that lasted over a minute; even though interference on the goalkeeper is not reviewable. Beyond protocol, it is mandatory that the referee take the call when the headset is passed through the hole in the glass at the timekeepers bench and when a disputed goal has been scored. All goals are reviewed and Hockey Operations does need to be kept informed, since they have to answer questions from irate general managers (and on occasion owners). That part is reasonable and should be expected. This unusual delay however gave Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville, game broadcasters, members of the media and you (the fans) an impression that the call was reversed through video review. That impression is understandable because none of you have ever been on the other end of that headset nor have you had the direct line ring in the officials dressing room between periods. Toronto wants to know every detail and control the process where they can. If they could referee the game from mission control, Im convinced they would. Since that is not yet an option the phone line is their best source to exert and maintain control. The nature of this particular conversation however, should have been very brief and controlled by the referee. Joannette should have informed the caller on the other end of the line that, "following a conference of the four officials, it was determined that incidental contact with goalkeeper Quick by Toews took place prior to the puck entering the net. We have NO GOAL and NO PENALTY on the play!" The ref should have then handed the headset through the hole in the glass, moved back from the side boards to his broadcast position, clicked on his microphone and made the exact same announcement to the hockey world that was waiting patiently for the referees decision.
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. -- Vincent Viola grew up in Brooklyn, graduated from West Point, is a former chairman of the New York Mercantile Exchange and after the Sept.
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.C. - The New Orleans Saints will have to wait another week for a chance to clinch a playoff spot.
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. The Maple Leafs are three points behind Columbus for the last playoff spot in the East with only three games left on their schedule. You can listen to the game live on TSN 1050 starting at 7:30pm et/4:30 pm pt.
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. -- Floridas seniors, those four guys who fell just short of the Final Four the last three years, talked about cutting down the nets after clinching the Southeastern Conferences regular-season championship.
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. Meek pitched 12 innings over 12 games with Pittsburgh last season. The 30-year-old spent five years with the Pirates, going 7-7 with a 3.34 ERA in 156 appearances out of the bullpen.They have met on 216 occasions in the regular season, plus many more times in the playoffs. The Rogers Centre and the site of the new Tim Hortons Field in which the two gridiron competitors call home are a mere 70 kilometres apart. Its one of the best rivalries in Canadian sport. Its the Toronto Argonauts and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. The long-time foes meet again Friday at the Rogers Centre (TSN and TSN Mobile TV at 7pm et/4pm pt) in a game that is a must-win for the visitors if they want to keep their hopes alive for home-field advantage against the Argos, should they meet in the playoffs. Argo head coach Scott Milanovich is a relative newcomer to the hostility between the two clubs. He joined the double-blue last year and guided them to a Grey Cup championship; a fact that drives die-hard Ticat fans insane. Milanovich has an extensive playing career in the NCAA, NFL , XFL and CFL before beginning his coaching career in NFL Europe, then moving back to this country. Despite all of these stops, he realizes this series is something special. "This would be the biggest rivalry Ive been a part of" the coach told TSN.ca. "Ive only been here for a year and a half, but this rivalry goes back. I think weve developed a little bit of a rivalry with Montreal, but this one is fun." Milanovich was only able to experience one Labour Day Classic at Ivor Wynne Stadium, a game in which the Argos scored 22 fourth-quarter points and won 33-30 on a last-minute field goal by Swayze Waters. The thoughts of that game obviously brought a smile to the coachs face. "The Labour Day game was an interesting atmosphere," said Milanovich. "One that I havent really experienced in the CFL before." Milanovich was a star quarterback at the University of Maryland before turning pro. His memories of his biggest rival there arent as pleasant as those of the Battle of Ontario. "Id probably have to say (Marylands biggest rival was) West Virginia" said Milanovich before starting to laugh when he added, "we werent very good, so good rivals were hard to come by." Chad Owens has been a part of the Argo-Ticat tradition for the laast four seasons.dddddddddddd. He loves these games and is pumped about potentially getting back into the lineup for Fridays game after missing the last month due to injury. "Its big, were neighbours" chuckled last years CFL Most Outstanding Player. "Its a big game for both sides. Its a game that could potentially (with help from Edmonton) clinch first place in the East, so theres a lot riding on it." Owens favourite memory from the games hes been a part of was a post-season game. "My first year here was pretty special, when we went into Hamilton and won in the semis, to go on to the Eastern Final. That was a big win for us; the crowd was amazing and it was a great game." The Argos were major underdogs going into The Hammer, but would pull of a 16-13 upset win to move on to the Eastern Final in Montreal. Centre Jeff Keeping is in his eighth season with the Boatmen and recalled several memorable moments in the battles with Hamilton. He eventually settled on his favourite, somewhat fitting considering the amount of animosity that has been produced over the years. "I remember one game in 05 and our kick returner Bashir Levingston ended up getting into it with somebody in the stands," said the native of Uxbridge, Ontario. "They were throwing stuff down at him and then he had a moment of poor decision making and ended up throwing his helmet at them and things got heated from there." Things got heated after the helmet was thrown into the stands. That describes the intensity of the rivalry in one sentence. That said; Keeping loves the tradition of the Labour Day Classic. "Ive got to give them their due credit. Thats a hostile environment and the rivalry there - its been heated on the field, off the field, fans in the stands clashing - thats got to be the one for me." This weeks game isnt at Ivor Wynne Stadium. Sadly, there wont be any more games at the old Balsam St. facility. But when the Toronto Argonauts and Hamilton Tiger-Cats run onto the field to play each other for regular season game number 217, the odds are pretty good that something interesting is going to happen. ' ' '
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