Aside from possible nibbling from Andrew Shaw, Game 1 of the 2015 Stanley Cup Final didn’t provide much in the way of controversy. There’s some grumbling in Game 2, though.
Update: The volume is likely to go down on the debate thanks to Jason Garrison’s goal, though. Here’s that 4-3 tally:
Jonathan Toews made a great play in the neutral zone (and then in the attacking zone) to set up Brent Seabrook for the 3-3 goal. Officials huddled a bit after it went in, but Ben Bishop’s pleas about interference fell on deaf ears.
Should the goal count? Judge for yourself:
At minimum, people believe that this is the latest argument for a coach’s challenge.
Some go the extra mile and say it shouldn’t have counted: