I respectfully disagree. If charging is call (and it was), how can future players in a puck race defend against a player trying to score on a wraparound?
Watch it in real speed and throw out the freeze frames and slo-mo's. If Scheifele is there 3/10's of a second earlier, he prevents the goal. He's travelling at about 30 km/hr in a straight line to stop the goal (either by playing the body or the puck) and realizes with less than half a second before impact that he's too late. The only thing he can do at this point is brace for impact.
I don't blame Evans for trying