Canucks vs. Stars: Daniel Sedin penalized on iffy interference call

Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Spor

Torts was not pleased.

We really haven't had a major blowup from John Tortorella during his first season in Vancouver. It almost happened on Sunday when the Canucks were unfairly penalized midway through the second period.

Trailing 1-0, the Canucks crashed the Stars' net and Daniel Sedin appeared to tie the game with a goal. It was immediately waved off, and Sedin was sent to the penalty box for goalie interference.

Here's the play:

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Yeah, doesn't look like interference at all. Which explains why Torts was so angry on the bench.

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At any rate, the score remained 1-0 in favor of Dallas.

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