Just go to ESPN, look up the archives. There was a huge deal for weeks following that game. During the regular season that goal would have never counted. The only reason it did was because it was a tripple overtime goal and everyone jumped out onto the ice for celebration. They weren't going to review it or call it a non-goal by that point. Weeks later the NHL would claim they did review it and that Hull somehow had possession of the puck despite their zero tolerance crease rule at the time. All season goals like Hulls were being called back.