"All hockey officials are required to demonstrate monstrous incompetence so as to determine the outcome of a game whenever possible, particularly during important games, such as playoff or rivalry games."
Seriously though, this is emblematic why NCAA Hockey should get rid of the single elimination structure to the tournament. So much weird annoying crap can happen to determine who wins a hockey game that you rarely get the best team in the country to win the championship. At least in a multi-game series, each team has more chances to overcome bad luck (in this case, the almost comically poor officiating that gave Miami the game).
And yes, I know it's poor form to blame the officials for the outcome. But in this case, waiving off a perfectly legitimate goal in sudden death qualifies as the officials giving Miami the game. There is no other case to be made.