Ishockeyspilleren Oliver Bjorkstrand scored once for the Columbus Blue Jackets, who won 4-3 over the Philadelphia Flyers in the NHL after overtime.
Bjorkstrand equalized to 1-1 in the middle of the first period. The dane received the puck and put it high and safe in the nettaget.
Philadelphia coach Scott Gordon did not Bjorkstrands 1-1-goals should have been approved, because udeholdets goalie Brian Elliott was disturbed in the middle of skudforsøget of contact with an opponent.
the Referees reviewed the goal on video and estimated that the Columbus player Boone Jenner, who assisted in Bjorkstrands scoring, was pushed into the goalie by an opposing player. Therefore, they acknowledged the goal.
Bjorkstrand had three minutes later cancelled a score, as he had used the skate deliberately to tow the puck into an opposing player and into the goal, assessed the judges.
Then it was Philadelphia's turn to have cancelled a goal, then there was the time in the controversial rulings in the first period.
but It was not Philadelphia that scored a regular goal for 2-1 at the end of the first period.
the Teams took turns to take raceways, and with two goals in a row turned the Columbus match on the head and led 3-2.
Seven minutes before the time the bill Travis Sanheim with his second goal in the match to 3-3, and then have to fight out in the overtime.
Here was Seth Jones the big hero for Columbus with 33 seconds left of injury time.
With the victory is Bjorkstrand and co. still well placed to get in the playoffs.
Columbus is located on the third place with 75 points after 63 matches in the Metropolitan Division.
Columbus has, however, just one point down for the Carolina Hurricanes and the Pittsburgh Penguins on fourth - and fifth in the division.