Unreal @NHL, UNREAL. Why have replay if you’re not gonna use it. Figure it out!! Blues got robbed. Release a statement on Friday afternoon saying “we got it wrong” What garbage!!!! No accountability, refs skate off to dinner. What a sham. pic.twitter.com/Ij80vITsO2— Brent Pearson (@b_pearson) May 16, 2019
The Blues and ownership has to demand accountability from the NHL and it needs to be public. Kay Whitmore should be fired immediately and the NHL needs to apologize to the entire Blues organization, their fans and ALL fans of the NHL. @NHL #FIREWHITMORE— Kamp (@mdoverkamp) May 16, 2019
Here we see the ref looking right at the play right at the time of the hand pass. And no call, no review, no chance for the blues to even negotiate a review. pic.twitter.com/GSPsELmbGT— Collin Bourbon (@_CollinBourbon_) May 16, 2019
As a sharks fan, I'll take this, but this kinda sucks. That was absolutely a hand pass....— Jared Ronald Firstbrook (@jedijared182) May 16, 2019
St. Louis should seriously stop complaining about the OT goal, it was obvious to the naked eye that...— Schlasser (@UrinatingTree) May 16, 2019
Who am i kidding, the Blues just got straight rawdogged by blind officials. That was a hand pass. Even I could see that.
As a sharks fan i want to personally apologize. That goal shouldnt stand, obviously a hand pass. Good game all around just wish it could end a better way.— Balt (@SkyBalto) May 16, 2019
This win feels too dirty. Don’t want to win this way. Even as a Sharks fan, the refs ruined a great hockey game.— Riki (@Riki_S11) May 16, 2019
The Blues should've at least challenged that the play was offside by 0.00000001mm just to make the referees watch the replay of them messing up the call over and over again— Dimitri Filipovic (@DimFilipovic) May 16, 2019
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