No goal for Carolina. The puck somehow went through the side of the net. 🤷♂️— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) December 4, 2019And the rest of Twitter followed suit, adding their thoughts on the odd play.Jaccob Slavin’s shot went *through* the net. Originally called a goal and quickly called off. That’s… something. pic.twitter.com/GT9Fhkt7dx— Brett Finger (@brett_finger) December 4, 2019$5 Billion Dollar League. #NHL #Bruins #NHLBruins #Canes pic.twitter.com/PQHScvZiQp— The 300s (@The300sBoston) December 4, 2019We must build a wall to stop pucks from illegally crossing into our net! #NHLBruins— Bruins Trump (@BruinsTrump) December 4, 2019The net was tended to at the intermission by the best in the business so nobody could “score” again this way.Net in Boston that had puck go through its side is being attended to by the net doctor. #CARvsBOS pic.twitter.com/r6164JZIzK— Shawn Hutcheon (@ShawnHutcheon) December 4, 2019The score between the Hurricanes and Bruins remained 0-0 after two periods. MORE: New Jersey Devils GM Ray Shero puts onus on underperforming players after John Hynes’ firingThe rubber disk made its way through the netting itself, broke through the twine and sent Twitter ablaze in the process. The call on the ice was initially ruled a goal, but instant replay quickly revealed what really happened.“That is wacky.” 😂Jaccob Slavin has a goal called off because it went *through* the net.#IceSurfing pic.twitter.com/D852Ectkrg— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) December 4, 2019The Carolina Hurricanes were not thrilled but used the opportunity to get in on the recent “gonna tell my kids” internet trend.Well that really stinks— Carolina Hurricanes (@Canes) December 4, 2019Gonna tell our kids this was a goalpic.twitter.com/kyuuM77aiG— Carolina Hurricanes (@Canes) December 4, 2019The Boston Bruins didn’t seem to mind — after all, the game remained tied. Hockey fans may have seen this kind of glitch before in a video game, but one strange play in Tuesday’s game between the Carolina Hurricanes and Boston Bruins has many wondering if they have ever seen a “goal” like this before at the NHL level.When Hurricanes defenseman Jaccob Slavin sent a backhand shot on-net with 2:09 left in the middle frame, the puck entered the net — but not in the conventional way.