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Martin Gelinas Phantom Goal, Did The Puck Go In?

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Uploaded on Sep 2, 2009

The main argument "it was in!'ers use, is that since you can see white surrounding the puck in a blurry screenshot, that must mean it was in. I set out to prove this theory wrong by attempting to recreate the angle of the screenshot. Then to see if it was possible to see white surrounding a puck but in reality the puck is still on the line. The only way it makes sense that "because you can see white surround the puck = decisively in" is if we lived in a 2D world. Was it in? That is up to you but this shows it is not so clear cut.

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