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Sport Uses Replay to Get Important Call Right

Actually, that's not entirely true. In the Stanley Cup Finals last night, officials twice went to instant replay to get a call right: Once when Scott Hartnell's second-period goal was originally disallowed, and again in overtime when replay confirmed that a would-be Philly game-winner didn't cross the goal line. The Flyers would win the game anyway, 4–3, on a Claude Giroux tally 5:59 into overtime. A series we now have.

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