For a moment, it appeared Andrew Shaw scored the game-winning goal in double overtime. Clustered in front of the net, Shaw somehow managed to get the puck in the back of the net. There was some disbelief of just how he managed to do that, but replays showed he channeled his inner soccer player for a HEADER GOAL.
Vine of Andrew Shaw's header for a goal that didn't count, and the Albert & Engblom reaction https://t.co/gVJQtaAFQG— The Cauldron (@TheCauldron) May 20, 2015
Unfortunately for Shaw and the Blackhawks, they are playing hockey, not soccer. Using anything but a stick -- including your head -- to direct, knock or throw a puck in the net is not allowed.
It may not have counted, but it's still real for us. Header goals should always count.