Not a problem, Rob. The NHL has had a rule for some time that only allows a goalie to handle the puck behind the goal line within an area behind his net marked by a trapzoid shape. Attempting to play the puck elsewhere behind the goaline will get a two minute penalty.
This mightn't have been such an issue in the past, but with both of our goals being pretty active, they may have to look out for this.
Just had a look and it's section 27.8 of the new rule book. They refer to it as the the goalkeeper restricted area.
For anyone confused by what is the trapezoid and what the rule is, this short New York Islanders video is explains it all. Any older hockey fans who remember the great Butch Goring? Well, here he is explaining it.