Coyotes join league-wide confusion over NHL's goaltender-interference rule
If you aren't sure what exactly constitutes goaltender interference in today's NHL, there is some good news. The goaltenders are just as confused as you.
On Saturday, the Arizona Coyotes had their run-in with the widely discussed phenomenon that is goaltender interference - a rule that has baffled players, coaches and fans en route to being one of the most controversial topics of the hockey season.
During their game against the Los Angeles Kings, winger Tanner Pearson skated into the top of the goal crease and struck the mask of Coyotes goaltender Scott Wedgewood with his stick as the puck... read more
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