The Calgary Flames are headed to overtime at the Saddledome with the score tied at 3-3, but they nearly tied the game considerably earlier in the third period than they actually did.
The situation room in Toronto judged Sam Bennett’s shot on Frederik Andersen at 13:43 of the third period to not conclusively be fully across the goal line.
Per the NHL:
At 13:43 of the third period in the Anaheim Ducks/Calgary Flames game, the Situation Room initiated a video review to further examine Sam Bennett‘s
shot at 13:38. Video review was inconclusive in determining whether the
puck completely crossed the Anaheim goal line, therefore the referee’s
call on the ice stands – no goal Calgary.
I personally thought it was in, but I’m also not privy to the angles and rules that the Situation Room has to adhere to, so I’m not going to completely bury them.
But MAN, it sure did look like it was in. And it sure was eerily similar to another third period no-goal call in the Saddledome…