Cam Talbot Calls Out NHL Over Goalie Interference Rules.

Published April 20, 2019 at 10:39

The Boston Bruins lost a really tough game last night against the Toronto Maple Leafs. 

Thanks to the loss, the Maple Leafs are now up 3-2 in the series heading back to Toronto for Game 6. 

Game 5 has left a real sour taste in the mouth of Bruins' players, fans and analysts because of a missed goalie interference call. 

It was clear that Tuukka Rask was interfered with during the Leafs' first goal, and even though it was challenged by Bruins' head coach Bruce Cassidy, the NHL didn't overturn the goal. 

It wasn't just Bruins' fans who were outraged by the missed call as Philadelphia Flyers' goalie Cam Talbot called out the league. 

"Once again the NHL goalie interference review is flawed. Someone that's played the game in the blue paint should be in the situation room. Games are being lost in the playoffs and it's not right. #inconsistent" Talbot Tweeted out. 

Former NHL goalie Martin Biron was absolutely shocked by the non call and even cited the NHL rule book. 
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