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The Calgary Flames scored twice in the third period before winning the shootout to come back and defeat the Nashville Predators by a 3-2 final on Tuesday night at Bridgestone Arena.
The result still gives the Preds a point but sees their record go to 4-3-2, and after holding a two-goal lead entering the third period, the loss wasn’t easy to take.
“It’s disappointing being up 2-0… They scored right away [in the third] and we just couldn’t get it going,” goaltender Pekka Rinne said. “It’s one of those things… and they were able to score a couple goals. It’s a disappointing feeling because that’s a game we needed to have.”Less than two minutes later, Suter set up his defence partner Jared Spurgeon, who wired a 40-foot slap shot over Smith’s shoulder and under the crossbar to give the Wild the lead.
The NHL said Friday that a video review had incorrectly nullified a late-game goal by the Colorado Avalanche during a 4-3 loss to the St. Louis Blues, the first mistake of its kind since coach’s challenges were added before the 2015-16 season.
The league said it made a mistake by taking away Mikko Rantanen’s goal late in the third period Thursday night on a coach’s challenge for offside. The review determined that Sven Andrighetto was offside, but on his previous entry into the offensive zone — a play that would not be subject to a challenge.The disputed sequence happened in a matter of seconds. Andrighetto was in the offensive zone when he gets possession of the puck, which would make him offside, and some of the Blues stopped skating. He re-entered the zone onside and fed the puck to Rantanen for the goal.
The on-ice officials, in consultation with the NHL’s situation room in Toronto, incorrectly reviewed the first zone entry, which happened less than two seconds earlier. By rule, challenges can only be made on the entry into the offensive zone before a goal. Because of that, the league said, “The goal should have counted.”
If the goal had counted, the Avalanche and Blues would have been tied at 4-all at 17:26 of the third period and St. Louis would have been given a two-minute minor penalty.The NHL did not contemplate restarting the game from that point.