Another controversial video review causes a stir in game one

Julien Trekker
May 23, 2024  (9:38)

New York Rangers' Igor Shesterkin and Ryan Lindgren complaining at a referee following a goal.
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Another controversial video review caused a stir in the first game between the Florida Panthers and the New York Rangers on Wednesday night.

There's been a clear pattern since the playoffs started about video reviews and controversial goals: the NHL always seem to make weird decisions that leave most people baffled.
Once again, it happened last night in the first game of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Panthers and the Rangers.
The Panthers were already leading 1-0 in the game when they managed to beat Igot Shesterkin for the second time of the evening.
From the bench, Peter Laviolette decided to challenge the goal for goalie interference, because he believed that Ryan Lomberg prevented Shesterkin from doing his job.
Lomberg deliberately skated in the goalie's zone, and left it to go in the front of Shesterkin. When he was standing before him, Ryan Lindgren decided to hit him and he fell on the goalie while the puck reached the back of the net.
The referees took a few minutes before making the decision to cancel the goal.
Check out how it happened here:

Hockey fans all over the country are now wondering the exact same thing: what is goalie interference? Every year, situations like these hurt the NHL's reputation. It's unfortunate that we see absolutely no changes at all on the horizon about that situation.
Do you think the NHL made the right call by overturning Ryan Lomberg's goal against Igor Shesterkin in game one between the Florida Panthers and the New York Rangers?