Hurricanes beat Islanders in overtime despite getting away with high stick.

There will undoubtedly be another officiating dispute today because it is another day of the NHL playoffs.

The New York Islanders were the unfortunate recipient of a heartbreaking no-call on Wednesday as ,

They lost 4-3 in overtime to the Carolina Hurricanes on Jesper Fast's goal—a score that perhaps never should have happened.

NHL officials are known for swallowing the whistles in the spring.

A New York power play ought to have been initiated when Hurricanes forward Jordan Martinook struck Islanders defenseman,

Scott Mayfield in the face with his stick just before Fast's goal. But the call was ignored or overlooked by the authorities.

Mayfield and Lane Lambert, the coach of the Islanders, both voiced their anger with the on-ice non-call.

An Islanders representative told Kevin Kurz of The Athletic that Mayfield didn't meet with the media because he was getting medical attention.