Sometimes this stuff has more to do with his players then anything else. It's a fluke goal on a power play that is called more out of obligation then that the Duluth player was doing anything horribly wrong. He's planning on winning another national title, last nights official result matters very little towards that goal. I didn't see the game but I'm assuming his team played a great game and it sounds like the Huskies were playing at or near the top of their game.PokeCheck wrote:So Sandelin openly disagrees with both late-game calls - the 5 minute major, and saying that the game winning goal in OT was kicked in.
C'mon Mr. Coach. Take a look at the video. The contact to the head was clear. The goal review was very short and was clear to the officials, clearly no kicking motion - just an angled skate and the puck went in to the net.
While I'd rather not see a goal off a skate to end a hard fought battle, these are the bounces in hockey. No need to whine about it.
As a Husky fan who saw how long Fitzgerald was out as a result of a somewhat similar play you don't want the other team saying those hits are clean but the only opinion that matters is the refs.