Oilers mad after referee's mistake costs them the game

Published April 22, 2023 at 10:04

Last night was the third game in their best-of-seven series, the LA Kings played host to the Edmonton Oilers at the Kings' home rink. The game was a tense affair, with both teams displaying impressive skill and determination throughout the match.

In the end, it was the Kings who emerged victorious, clinching the game with a 3-2 win in overtime. The winning goal was scored by Trevor Moore, who became the hero of the night for his team and their fans.

However, the victory was not without its share of controversy. During the overtime period, when Moore scored the game-winning goal, the play should have been called dead, as it violated a rule. This caused uproar among the Oilers' players and their supporters, who argued that the goal should have been disallowed.

Here is a closer look at the play:

Here's what the NHL had to say:

April 22   |   29 answers
Oilers mad after referee's mistake costs them the game

Should this have counted?

yes1344.8 %
no1655.2 %
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