Well so far it's been complete domination by the Bruins in every way except the scoreboard but they still have a 1-0 lead after the first. There was a Sedin-like shift where the Bruins spent over 2 minutes with control of the puck in the Leafs zone.
Phaneuf does his best casual Kev impersonation and Boston steals it for the empty netter. Raymond is riding the perimeter so hard he's practically in the first row and Chara flattens him anyway. Weird Toronto had a huge advantage in this game as it started at 7pm like its supposed to...
Anyone catch the bullshit officiating in Montreal tonight?
Tampa puts the puck into the net through traffic, but it hits the net camera and comes right back out (damned shallower nets). Play continues. At the next stoppage the play is reviewed and the puck is shown to have crossed the line and it should be a good goal. Now, correct me if I'm wrong but that means the goal should stand because there has been no stoppage between the goal and the review, and there have been no other goals scored. However, the referee decides to keep the goal waived off because of incidental contact with Price by a Tampa Bay forward.
I'm pretty sure that goaltender interference CANNOT be the reason for a disallowed goal when a play is reviewed.
So, either the ref saw the goaltender interference and the goal and decided to let it all go and play continue, or he missed it all and is trying to make up for not seeing the goal and also letting the interference penalty go uncalled.
Either way the NHL officials come out looking like a bunch of hacks on this one.