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LATEST | Fans in disbelief: They have Wes McCauley under fire for rigging game four of the Stanley Cup Final


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Cooper Godin
June 11, 2023  (5:28 PM)
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The Florida Panthers were trying to tie up the Stanley Cup Final on Saturday night as they hosted Game 4, but things did not go in their favour and several fans on Twitter believe it was because of the actions of referee Wes McCauley.

Florida ended the game with 28 total penalty minutes, while the Vegas Golden Knights only had four penalty minutes, a two-minute minor for delay of game to Alex Pietrangelo and a two-minute minor to Adin Hill for unsportsmanlike conduct.
It was also a completely different game when comparing it to the first three games of the series. While the first three games of the series saw penalty after penalty called throughout, Saturday's tilt only had one penalty called in the first 59 minutes.
Vegas Golden Knights defenceman Brayden McNabb cross-checked Matthew Tkachuk into Adin Hill, who fell into the net. No penalty was being called, with Panthers defenceman Brandon Montour having the puck at the line with a scoring chance, but Wes McCauley decided to blow his whistle anyways, causing confusion amongst the fans and even broadcasters.
Fans on Twitter made their feelings known after Wes McCauley after he blew the whistle for absolutely no reason.
The series now shifts back to Vegas for Game 5 on Tuesday night. With a win, the Golden Knights will hoist their first Stanley Cup in franchise history, but the Panthers will be looking to ensure the series returns to South Florida for a sixth game.
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