The Canucks got absolutely hosed on a disallowed goal call, lost by one

Henrik Sedin and the Vancouver Canucks were stripped of a goal on this brutal goaltender interference call on Daniel Sedin last night against the Stars. Referees disallowed a second period goal scored by Henrik when they deemed that Daniel prevented Kari Lehtonen from being able to make a play on the puck.

As you can see in the video above, Daniel barely made contact with Lehtonen in front of the net and clearly did not interfere with the Dallas goaltender and the call never should have been made (or should have been overturned afterwards).

Unfortunately for the Canucks, the call stood and they wound up losing to the Stars by a final of 2-1.

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Pete Blackburn
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