Did the Officials Blow it For the Bruins in Game 5? | Quest For the Cup

    Sierra Goodwill and Mike Petraglia discuss the lack of officiating in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final.


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    TD GARDEN — After game three of the Stanley Cup Final, St. Louis Blues head coach Craig Berube publicly complained about the officiating, thinking his team was being called for too many penalties. Well, it appears the NHL and referees heard him.

    Game five in Boston was extremely controversial due to many missed calls. The most apparent one was a trip on Noel Acciari that led to a Blues goal that put them up 2-0. Sierra Goodwill and Mike Petraglia discuss how much of a game-changer the refs were.