"My question was: who made the call? There's no call immediately," he said. "When a referee makes a call you kind of live with it because it's decisive. So now they get together and I assume they want to make the right call, that's the idea, but to me they got together and clearly they guessed because it hit the glass and we saw that. I think you're kind of innocent until proven guilty."
"As the game went on I thought we started to establish ourselves again and put them on their heels and make them defend more and more," said Riley Nash, who helped set up McAvoy's game-winner by beating a pair of Carolina players in a corner battle for the puck.