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 Post subject: Re: Pens vs Stars 3-11-18
PostPosted: Wed Mar 14, 2018 5:39 pm 
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Jeemie wrote:
SteelPro wrote:
Jeemie wrote:
They way they allow the offside challenge now may seem unfair, especially if any goal happens long after the offside would have had any major effect. On this I agree.

However, given what has been stated here...that replay is not going away any time’s actually the most objective way to call the thing.

Anything else becomes a judgement call by the refs as to whether the attacking team gained any advantage from the offside...whether “the initial rush” was over or not.

So it’s the best outcome possible given that replay is here to stay.

And it really doesn’t happen all that much to be a big deal, IMO.

Right. Judgement call. The exact way the games (and I'm talking all sports) were officiated for close to 100 years. And it is the way the amateur games will continue to be called long into the future. I guess I'm the only one that sees an issue with the professional games being fundamentally different from the rest of the sport.

Not really because it doesn’t happen all that much, as I’ve said.

A) I’m not talking about this specific play. I’m talking about reviews in general.
B) something doesn’t have to happen all the frequently to influence how the game is played.

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