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  • Even though the three proposals before the IFAB were limited to what is known as "goalline technology" — employing either goal-mouth sensors, a chip inside the ball or the "Hawk-Eye" system often seen in tennis — the committee stood firm.

    Podolski's Goal Brings Relief

  • Gaborik, who has seven goals and 10 points in eight games since returning from groin problems that forced him to miss 65 games this season, tied it with 2: 03 left in the second period when he scored his 10th goal from the slot during a goal-mouth scramble.

  • Gagner scored his 10th goal off a goal-mouth scramble 18: 32 into the second to restore Edmonton's one-goal lead.

  • Columbus pulled within 4-3 at 2: 39 of the second period when Umberger scored off Nash's goal-mouth pass.

  • Ott's sixth goal came on a tap-in of Trevor Daley's goal-mouth pass 28 seconds into the second period to push Dallas 'lead to 2-0.

  • He put in a rebound off a goal-mouth scramble for his 17th of the season.

  • Dumont tied the game with a minute left in regulation on a goal-mouth scramble on the power play and with Rinne pulled for an extra attacker.

  • Meech opened the scoring with 7: 52 left in the second period, charging in from the point to put in a rebound off a goal-mouth scramble for his second goal.

  • He put in his own rebound off a goal-mouth scramble for his 26th goal.

  • With a delayed penalty being called on Colorado and Osgood pulled for a sixth attacker, Holmstrom scored on a goal-mouth scramble for his ninth goal.


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