@YostBuilt @JoeMeloni The refs in the booth had a kid in his Mom's basement blowing up one frame from a 200 foot camera angle? Conclusive!To refresh everybody's memory, here's what happened.
— The Red Army (@RedArmyUNO) November 13, 2013
Keep in mind that the original call was no goal, and the decision to award Michigan the victory came from the instant replay. Michigan fans have taken video shot from the far end of the ice, blown it up to where pixels are about the size of a puck as some sort of definitive proof that the puck was in the net.
It's not definitive.
All those images that Michigan fan produces showing ice between the puck and the goal line are not definitive without proof that the puck is actually on the ice. Could it have been a goal? Absolutely. In fact, I'd concede probably. But it's not definitive, as the above reenactment indicates. "Probably a goal" is not a goal.