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[GDT] Nucks @ Sabres Jan 11 2020 - 10AM Pacific - SNET

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1 minute ago, redhdlois said:

How did the net move then?

It didn't? Lol. The Buffalo cameras clearly show it over the net. I dunno what to tell ya. You can even hear the Buffalo players tell the Canuck players about the ice level cameras clearly showing the puck over the net. 

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1 minute ago, canuck73_3 said:

The repaired the net cause the puck going over the net ripped a hole in it? :huh:

They were going through the net looking for a hole, not repairing it.

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Fantenberg just got hooked behind the net, 10 feet in front of the ref, and silence.

 

He was even turned a little by it and was forced to dump the puck.

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1 minute ago, 73 Percent said:

Our guys have no idea what to do in their own zone. Who's in charge of that

Someone who shouldn’t be. 

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Just now, N7Nucks said:

It didn't? Lol. The Buffalo cameras clearly show it over the net. I dunno what to tell ya. You can even hear the Buffalo players tell the Canuck players about the ice level cameras clearly showing the puck over the net. 

Diff shot I believe

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3 minutes ago, N7Nucks said:

Not sure if the Buffalo broadcast was looking at a different shot but it was definitely not a goal. It was like 2 and a half feet over the net.

That was the wrong replay, correct one was just inside the post

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Why do we so suck at board battles on either end

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Just now, N7Nucks said:

It didn't? Lol. The Buffalo cameras clearly show it over the net. I dunno what to tell ya. You can even hear the Buffalo players tell the Canuck players about the ice level cameras clearly showing the puck over the net. 

that is a different clip.

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Buffalos broadcast is probably standard deff with banana ears.

 

Or old highlights with maxim afinegenov and Daniel Briere.

 

That was a damn goal. They even fixed the hole in the net. What a joke 

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So the puck disappears under the crossbar, changes direction at the net and the linesmen fix a hole in the net

 

No goal though

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My god attack the puck. This system blows.

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Just now, Tracksuit said:

How did change direction then...

that puck went through the hole the refs went and fixed. 

They didn't fix squat.  They were going through the netting looking for a hole.

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Just now, SabreFan1 said:

They were going through the net looking for a hole, not repairing it.

You're looking at the wrong replay. Was Boeser’s low shot and the puck changed direction, something that won't occur when the puck goes over the net. 

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I wanna wear my tinfoil hat as much as you guys, but it wasn't a goal. The overhead shot is misleading. The Buffalo feeds had a ice level camera and the puck was clearly not in the net. Confused face all you want. Lol.

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1 minute ago, SabreFan1 said:

They were showing the shot that the Canucks were complaining about.  What do you think the black streak they were showing on repeat was?

Buffalo television crews have zero pro sports to cover so I would not trust their experience 

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