Hurricanes defeated Islanders in overtime despite high stick.

Today is another day of the NHL playoffs, therefore there will undoubtedly be another officiating argument.  

On Wednesday, the New York Islanders were the unfortunate recipients of a sad no-call as,

They were defeated 4-3 in overtime by the Carolina Hurricanes, thanks to a goal by Jesper Fast that should never have occured.

 In the spring, NHL officials are notorious for blowing the whistle.

When Hurricanes forward Jordan Martinook collided with Islanders defenseman, a New York power play should have been launched.

Just before Fast's goal, Scott Mayfield was hit in the face with his stick. However, the authorities ignored or overlooked the call.