WATCH: Another Blackhawks goal overturned because of goalie interference

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Head coach Joel Quenneville of the Chicago Blackhawks yells instructions to his team during a game against the Nashville Predators at the United Center on January 12, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

For the second time in three games, the Blackhawks had a goal waved off on a coach’s challenge and questionable ruling.

Chicago appeared to take a 1-0 lead late in the first period against the Sharks Tuesday when the puck bounced off Brandon Mashinter’s shin into the back of the net, but after huddling, officials ruled there was goaltender interference.

See for yourself:

Instant replay of the puck luck goal by Mashinter. pic.twitter.com/aq6exuArE9 — Blackhawks Breakdown (@HawksBreakdown) February 10, 2016

Over head look on the Blackhawks scoring play that was ruled no goal by the refs after a coaches challenge. pic.twitter.com/f4wx5r4F8Q — Blackhawks Breakdown (@HawksBreakdown) February 10, 2016

Last Thursday in Arizona, Marian Hossa had a goal reversed after officials ruled he interfered with Coyotes goaltender Louis Domingue. This time it was Dennis Rasmussen guilty of the infraction.

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Following the win, Hossa told the Sun-Times he doesn’t think challenges are good for the game.

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