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37535RE: [hockhist] Re: Off ice official causes tie

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  • William Underwood
    Dec 2, 2002
      Nope. It will just be relayed on to the Board of Goves who WILL NOT reverse
      a game. They may apologise for the error and even maybe put the ref a peg or
      two down, but you won't see a reversal. It will be written off to "human

      And this isn't unique tp hockey. A couple of years ago in the NFL the refs
      alllowed the Philadelphia Eagles a SECOND re kick of an on sides kick after
      two off sides versus the Steelers. They finally got possesion and ended up
      scoring and winning the game. Now NFL rules state quite clearly that they
      COULDN'T do an on side kick after two penalties! It would be a triple
      dipper! The Steelers complained. The result, a nicely worded apology from
      the NFL office that the ref had erred but they STILL lost the game and
      Philly STILL had their bogus win.

      -----Original Message-----
      From: ottos_place [mailto:rlmatic@...]
      Sent: Monday, December 02, 2002 9:05 AM
      To: hockhist@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [hockhist] Re: Off ice official causes tie

      On Saturday Night the London Knights & Plymouth Whalers played to a 2-
      2 tie in Plymouth. In the overtime the Plymouth goalies was given a 2
      minute delay of game penalty for intentionally moving the net off
      it's moorings. The OHL rulebook calls for a penalty shot to be
      awarded when a team gets a delay of game penalty in overtime. The
      Knights protested the tie at the end of the game (OHL gives 1 point
      for an OT loss like the NHL) Interesting thing though , if the
      Knights win the protest what would happen? The teams play only once
      more this season & that game is in London (Saturday's game was in

      Has it ever happened when part of a game has been replayed when the
      two teams were not scheduled to meet for the rest of the season?

      Rob Matic

      --- In hockhist@y..., "goalie dave" <goaliedave@h...> wrote:
      > Thanks guys for the info, I agree that you'd have a debate about
      > "not being available universally" would limit the use of technology
      for this
      > purpose. Although Binghamton is AAA again, they have an old arena
      and no
      > video screens (although they erected temp ones for some games early
      > Did I understand correctly that, even if a team had a timeclock-
      > video, there is no rule permitting them to lodge an official
      protest after
      > the game is done? I guess this makes sense, as I don't believe
      teams are
      > allowed to play games under protest - or are they? Has it ever
      happened in
      > pro hockey?
      > Thanks again for the input,
      > Dave in Whitby
      > goaliedave @ hotmail.com
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