Found June 09, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
I think that the Grand Rapids Griffins defeated the Syracuse Crunch 6-4 over the course of...63 minutes of regulation time...In Game 2 of the AHL's Calder Cup Final against the Syracuse Crunch...For now? I've been watching hockey since 1991, but I have never, ever witnessed a more ridiculous display of refereeing at its worst, at any level, than what I witnessed on the AHL Live's stream of the Syracuse Crunch's broadcast. A team that can't stop rubbing its hands over its opponent at every stoppage was awarded a 4-4 goal on a bizarre review, the Crunch were given a boatload of power plays, and yet, if you are to believe the Crunch and their fans, Tomas Jurco's 4-3 goal never went in (despite the fact that the goal cam looked blurry and steamed) Francis Pare's 5-4 goal was scored after the second period should have ended (the 2nd period was 23 minutes long), and the Crunch hav not YET been awarded the goal supposedly scored with Brett Connolly in the cre...
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