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He also posted a team-high 32 yards • Absender: Cl11234566, 12.11.2019 08:35

Got a question on rule clarification, comments on rule enforcements or some memorable NHL stories? Kerry wants to answer your emails at In the last minute of the Montreal/Winnipeg game on Tuesday, Evander Kane missed an open net and the puck went out of play. The officials got together and determined to have the face-off in the neutral zone. I thought with the rule changes this summer, any puck out of play in the offensive zone, even by an attacking player, the face-off was to be in the offensive zone? To encourage goal scoring? Thanks in advance for clearing this up. P.S. - I wasnt happy about it being a Leafs fan, but my Habs fan wife was fine with the call. Ian Campbell Ian, Your assessment of the play is more correct than your wife and the resulting face-off should have been taken at the end-zone face-off spot to the left of Carey Price. Where you are incorrect is in assuming that the revised rule provides that any puck out of play in the offensive would result in an end-zone face-off. On this particular play, it wasnt a new rule application that should have caused the face-off to remain in the Montreal end-zone but an age-old standard once Andrei Markovs active stick deflected Evander Kanes shot skyward into the protective netting above the glass. The puck rolled up on its edge as Kane was about to trigger the shot into the open net. Markov made a good defensive play with an extended reach and was able to make stick-on-stick/puck contact simultaneously with Kanes release. The officials gathered and incorrectly determined that Kanes shot went directly into the netting due to the rolling puck and not through a deflection off the stick of Markov. For future reference, Rule 85.1 (Puck Out of Bounds) was amended this season to provide six specific exemptions that would keep the resulting face-off on one of the spots in the attacking zone when the attacking team is responsible for the puck going out of play in the attacking zone. They are: i) Shot at the net that deflects off the goal post or crossbar ii) Shot at the net that breaks the glass iii) Shot at the net that goes off the side of the net and out of play iv) Shot at the net that goes off the dasher boards or glass and out of play v) Shot at the net that is tipped or deflected by a teammate out of play vi) Shot or shoot-in that becomes wedged in or on the goal net None of these exemptions applied to Evander Kanes shot but the officials felt the puck was launched directly out of play as opposed to being deflected off the stick of Andrei Markov. 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"A two-point convert, youre looking at a 50-50 or 60-40 (percentage of success). I chose to take the 99.9 per cent chance in that we were going to score the single point and that we were going to get the football back. "We werent going for the tie. We wanted to win this football game." Instead, the Als dropped their fifth consecutive contest and now sport a 1-6 record. The Riders (5-2) have moved into a tie for third place in the CFLs West Division standings. Montreals struggles on offence continued on Saturday. The offence has mustered just one touchdown since Week 3. Alex Brink started at quarterback in place of the injured Troy Smith and was 19-for-31 passing for 187 yards and one interception. He also posted a team-high 32 yards rushing. Carter caught seven passes for 69 yards, but the Als offence didnt sniff the end zone on this night. "You have to score in this league in order to be able to win," Higgins said. "Thank goodness we scored on special teams. Obviously, yes, it is a concern. But you have to feel some sense of relief in the fact that we moved the football. I think we started to press a little in the second half and it wasnt as smooth for Alex as it was in the first half." Montreal will visit the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Friday, while the Riders will travel to Vancouver to take on the B.C. Lions on Sunday. ' ' '

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