What drives me nuts though is that Miami tied the game on a play that should have been blown dead. Hunwick had his right pad on top of the puck and stopped moving to make sure he tied it up, yet the ref let the play go. Fast forward to OT and Knapp is looking around over both shoulders and moving around the crease because he has no idea where the puck is, yet the ref blows the whistle even though the puck is clearly visible. I understand they make mistakes, but the consistency is the most aggravating.
Couple the blown call with how lopsided the penalty calls were on plays that both teams were making. If refs are going to call a tight game, fine but apply that level of scrutiny to both teams. That is the most aggravating part. If the OT goal had been the only gripe of the game then that is the way it goes sometimes (I'm a Philly fan and used to these kinds of days, especially in hockey). But the entire game was an abortion of a reffing job which makes the disallowed goal even more frustrating as it stole the game away from hardworking kids that left it all out on the ice. That is the biggest travesty of the whole thing.