...as replays have proved Toronto made the right call.
That's awesome. So the only clock that actually matters is one no one else can see, so there's no way for the rest of us to know just what they were looking at. No accountability = no trust in my book, and I call bull.
@erichan The no-goal is not bull; there are any number of other camera angles that the NHL has that we don't see. And the green light, dictated by the official clock, was already lighting up prior to the puck crossing the line. There's no way for anyone to have fixed that; even assuming a conspiracy theory, human reflexes wouldn't have been quick enough to suddenly realize that the Rangers might be scoring a go-ahead and override the light being tied to the clock.
What IS bull is the sh*t coverage by NBC. They are the ones who owed it to the television audience to have a) more than one camera angle and b) an accurate representation of the official time. The worst, I think was commentary based on the unofficial NBC clock. It misled the MSG in-person audience as well as all NBC viewers when it showed 0.1 left and the puck in the net with commentary to the same effect. If there is ANY chance that their clock is incorrect (which clearly there is...), there is no way in hell Emerick et al. should be saying it's a good goal. Say that there may be a clock discrepancy and shut the hell up.