Flyers forward Brayden Schenn sped in on a breakway  into overtime. Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick made the initial stop. Schenn pulled up at the top of the crease, while Quick and the puck continued over the goal line.

Referee Trevor Hanson, positioned behind the net, immediately waved off the potential game-winning goal.

The officials conferred at center ice. In the discussion were veteran referee Dan O’Halloran and linesmen Derek Amell and Tim Nowak – all with 1,000-plus games under their belts as NHL officials.   After discussion, they determined it was a good goal.  Hanson confirmed with the Situation Room — it was a good hockey goal.

Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick vehemently disagreed.  He ended up with a 10-minute misconduct for letting the officials know it. (He’s now fourth on the Kings in PIM)

You Make The Call:  Should the Flyers’ Overtime Goal Have Counted?