Thirteen pucks went in the net Monday night in Edmonton, but only nine of them counted.
That’s right, the Edmonton Oilers and San Jose Sharks had four different goals overturned by replay review.
The bizarre night was especially detrimental for San Jose, as three out of the four overturned were scored by San Jose, costing them a win in what ended up being a 5-4 overtime victory for the Oilers.
The first overturned goal came early in the game when Tomas Hertl ripped one by Jack Campbell in the first period. But the Oilers started a theme, as they challenged for offside and the goal was overturned.
Zach Hyman was the next victim of video review, as with the score 1-1, Hyman had his go-ahead goal overturned as it was deemed he was in the crease and interfered with Sharks goaltender James Reimer.
Next, with the Oilers up 2-1, an Andreas Johnsson goal was overturned after Logan Couture was caught interfering with Campbell.
And the Oilers still weren’t done bugging the replay officials, as Noah Gregor scored to put the Sharks up 5-3 in the third, but the goal was overturned for offside.
The replay officials will certainly sleep well after this one.