The Western Conference final may have ended last week, but the play that handed the Sharks an overtime victory in Game 3 is still a hot topic.
During media availability ahead of Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman was asked about the state of video review and was asked specifically what he thought of Timo Meier's hand pass at the end of Game 3.
"We were all unhappy," Bettman told the press in Boston. "It would be good if I kept my head from exploding. It was unfortunate, to say the least."
The Blues were incredibly upset when Meier appeared to swat the puck out of the air, which led to Gustav Nyquist setting up Erik Karlsson to score the game-winning goal in overtime. Discussions have swirled ever since as to whether the play should have been reviewable.
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Bettman confirms the league will look into expanding video review when the GMs meet in June ahead of the NHL Draft. The primary goal is to try and expand on video review without making the process too long or causing more problems.