From the Philadelphia Inquirer:
An NHL executive said last night that replay officials in Toronto were not given the proper replays by Fox Sports in Pittsburgh on Thursday, when they ruled that Simon Gagne's goal did not count against the host Penguins.
Gagne swatted a second-period rebound that Penguins goalie Brent Johnson smothered and appeared to carry into the net. It was not ruled a goal on the ice, and when replay officials in Toronto viewed the replays, they said the evidence was "inconclusive" and did not count the goal.
A few minutes after the ruling, another replay was shown in the press box, showing the puck past the goal line.Fox did not send that replay to Toronto officials until after the puck was dropped following the ruling. "At that point, the ruling was permanent," said John Dellapina, an NHL executive.
The Flyers' telecast was using the Pittsburgh video feed and did not have any video to send to Toronto.
Are you kidding me? The league accepts the video from the team to show the goal. Is there a penalty or incentive for the home team to show a goal against? This is crazy. At least in this case it didn’t affect the outcome of the game.