It's long been said that the most dangerous lead in hockey is a two goal lead. Well, you can cleanse that cliche from your vocabulary, because once offsides challenges started eliminating goals and frustrating fans the most dangerous lead in hockey became the oft-microscopic lead that a non-puck carrying player has while entering the offensive zone. If you're looking to replace that newly obsolete adage then "it's a game of inches" might be a good place to start with the NHL prioritizing a nearly immeasurable "problem" that no one knew existed over the perceived scoring "drought" that they are always bitching about. Especially when that problem still remains a problem due to the unpredictability of the people entrusted with solving it.
That's why you really got to give it to this visually impaired Tampa Bay fan. He was more than likely just being an obnoxiously presumptuous dick, but he was being an obnoxiously presumptuous dick that didn't even need to view the replay through the lenses of his own spectacles to know a goal when he sees one. I tip my hat to the man, because you don't aggressively wave your prescription frames over the glass unless you are absolutely certain that your mockery will only expedite the process of upholding the call on the ice. Even though they have the help of cameras that are literally closer to the action than the most intrusive of POV pornographers, I have never been confident with the impending result of a meeting of the minds between officials. This Lightning fan - with his compromised eyesight - was, and he deserves credit for remaining so optimistic.