Wearing white is what they would have needed to see.of course they overturned that. To me it looked like he reset himself facing the corner and then made the push across the crease in an attempt to stop the shot. I'm not sure what else they would have wanted to see for Bobrovsky to be reset besides him getting up and moving back to the middle of the net which he vacated before Boston attempted another shot.
This is were I was at. While you could argue that the push was Nodstrom trying to catch his balance on the initial shove, without that Bob's left shoulder is most likely there to make that stopI actually thought it was a 50/50 call and wasn’t surprised it got overturned. It would have been a goal if Nodstrom hadn’t given him the extra push. That last push moved Bob out of the shooting lane right before the shot and was unnecessary and unrelated to the initial contact leading him into the crease.
Just frustrating that it always goes against the Bruins especially compared to Game 5 against Toronto.
No way. When I come out of the paint to play the shooter on a 2-1 if my D is taking the pass, if its ok to hit the goalie whats stopping the other player just barreling into me and taking me out of the play?that seems like a dumb rule to me, goalies should have more risk when they come out of the blue paint.