Currently, the league only disallows goals scored on goalies stuck in the “bunny hop” animation. However, other glitches exist that can prevent goalies from moving or making a save. We currently allow those goals to count as no rule against them exists. One example of this type of goal is the “vibrating goalie” glitch. Goalies can, after being bumped into or sometimes completely randomly, go into a standing pose in which they vibrate, cannot move, and are not able to make saves. See below for some example clips of this glitch: LGCHL 2 vs 3 By DaKushyBear Dec/05/2016 09:30PM LGHL 3 vs 4 By RoWsKi Dec/08/2016 09:00PM Should an amendment to Article IV, section 3.5 be added that disallows all goals scored on glitched (frozen) goalies (what determines a glitched goalie would be at the discretion of staff)? The process surrounding these goals would become the same as we have for other rule-violating goals. The team who scored on a glitched goalie can give up a restitution goal, or the team that was scored on can send the goal to the league after the game for review if a restitution goal was not provided. As with the bunny hop glitch, a team that notices this glitch or another serious glitch happening to the goalie would dump the puck over the boards (and receive the faceoff back). The benefit to such an amendment would be that games could more reliable decided by skill rather than luck. The con is that the glitch shown above can be imitated by other goalies (not in a way that would hold up in review, but in a manner that might fool players on the ice) and other goalies might find creative ways to fake being glitched out. See below for an example of a goalie imitating the glitches shown above: By Draisaitl 29 Certain types of glitchy goals would still be counted. To list a few examples: Pucks going through pads (collision bugs), goals on goalies attempting auto-covers for no reason, goals on goalies sitting on the ice after a desperation save (can be fixed by letting go of LT), goals on goalies who do not attempt to make a save (but the player is in control of the goalie) and any other situation in which the player maintains control over their goalie (ie, is not frozen) but get scored on. Goalies unable to move but in a normal pose will not have goals scored against them overturned as whether or not connection issues or faulty AI are responsible for those goals cannot be determined by a video review.