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[GDT] Nucks @ Bruins - Feb 04 2020 - 4pm Pacific - SNET

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1 minute ago, bishopshodan said:

but he had already been playing it, including taking it into the zone before the team mate left. 

he didn't touch it once it crossed into the zone until the player tags up.  

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On the offside non-call I wonder if it was the other way if the same call is made? 

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1 minute ago, PhillipBlunt said:

It’s posts like this that help me realize that you really need to stick your tongue in a electrical socket. 
 

And Bruins fans are better? Calling Joel Ward racial slurs? Great input. 

You're quite the aggressive dude aren't you? Must be a lot of fun to be around 

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So just clarifying if you're making a "zone entry" with one foot and are holding the puck with a player offside it's legit as long as you wait for the player to tag up before you touch it again?

Theoretically you could dump it in with a player 4-5 seconds offside then a forchecker entering hitting the guy waiting for the blatantly offside player to tag up and then taking it to the net?

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Just now, cory40 said:

On the offside non-call I wonder if it was the other way if the same call is made? 

yup, they made the right call

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2 minutes ago, stawns said:

I thought so too until Shorty explained it.  The puck isn't touched by McAvoy until after the other Bruin touches the blueline.  That's a tag up

Sorry I just don't see that. That's an automatic offside, because he never loses possession. tapping the puck 1 foot ahead of himself does not mean he lost possession.

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5 minutes ago, DIBdaQUIB said:

Cam Talbot sacrificed as himself in a fight because it was the right thing to do.  Do we have    no one that will step up when our best player is targeted?  Must be the water in vancouver as this team hasn't has.never had a pack mentality when it comes to looking after eachother.

No clue, DIb. It’s pathetic. I’m thinking Green neuters his bench when it comes to truculence. There’s been numerous incidents where most coaches would make sure that the opposing team got a taste of their own medicine. Green seemingly isn’t into that. 

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1 minute ago, Lulover88 said:

you and carolyne can f&%ck yourselves 

Funny how the commentators acted like it was obvious.

 

Guarantee they thought it was offside after the replay.

 

Im okay with it counting if that’s the way they want the rule to be called. However now they better keep it consistent. If possession means actually touching it when it crosses it has to be that way every time.

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Armstrong making a fool of himself imo.

peddling that weak, incompetent apologism.

 

obviously bitter - and trolling - because his Leafs sit in 10th place in the East.

 

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6 minutes ago, skeena1 said:

Guaranteed Garrett will call the league in the intermission and get an explanation. He always does.

Boston commentators read an NHL email explanation just a minute into the intermission 

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Just now, KeslerWho? said:

You're quite the aggressive dude aren't you? Must be a lot of fun to be around 

You’re like an STD, that never goes away. Maybe there’s a cream for the likes of you. 

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1 minute ago, oldnews said:

 

Complete nonsense Armstrong.

 

Coyle touched the puck - had the puck - moved it to himself from outside to inside the blueline.   Simpy because it isn't glued to his stick is irrelevent.

 

 

 

 

it's a tag up ON...........once Shorty said that ot made perfect sense.  I didn't think about it from that perspective until I heard him say it.  It was split second, but no different than a dump in and tag up

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4 minutes ago, Lulover88 said:

you and carolyne can f&%ck yourselves 

Ay come on bro we like Caroline, but that other guy can do &^@# himself.

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It’s pretty technical. Since the puck wasn’t on his stick it wasn’t offside. 
 

he has to be legitimately touching it. 
 

Hence the offside player was able to tag up since the player in possession didn’t touch the puck as it was being brought back in. 

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Hey, at least Virtanen pushed that guy!?

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Just now, oldnews said:

Armstrong making a fool of himself imo.

peddling that weak, incompetent apologism.

 

obviously bitter - and trolling - because his Leafs sit in 10th place in the East.

 

He’s just pissed because he’s named after cheese. 

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1 minute ago, bishopshodan said:

I still don't get it.

 

He had the puck out of the zone and brought it in before his team mate got out of the zone. Just cause he wasn't touching it at the time, he just had, he had possession.

 

Offside.

It starts off offside, but McAvoy doesn't touch it till Kuraly comes back over the line. So it's like having someone shoot the puck in while someone is still in the zone but them coming back out before anyone else goes in to touch the puck.

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Just now, stawns said:

he didn't touch it once it crossed into the zone until the player tags up.  

just seemed like it was part of his stick work as he had been doing as he came along the line, then crossed it.

I thought it was full possession and part of his dekes

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