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Video: Controversy colors Blackhawks goal, disallowed score


Two wrongs don’t make a right, but sometimes they calm down angry fans.

That’s at least the thought that clouds many minds when people believe that a “makeup” call takes place. Plenty of onlookers believed that Game 3 officials made two bad goal-related calls in a short period of time in the third period of the Detroit Red Wings’ eventual 3-1 win against the Chicago Blackhawks on Monday.

First, Patrick Kane’s goal counted even though Johan Franzen was shaken up during the play:

Moments later, an Andrew Shaw game-tying goal was waved off for (what many believed was a phantom) goalie interference call:

Pavel Datsyuk locked down the win with a 3-1 goal a little later, but that won’t stop people from critiquing the calls.

(Hey, at least Blackhawks and Red Wings fans can agree on something other than the Central Division being tough, huh?)