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Panthers owner Viola upset with officiating, will voice concerns to league

Enraged Florida Panthers coach Gerard Gallant gave the officials an earful immediately following Saturday's hard-fought overtime loss at Montreal. Panthers owner Vinnie Viola, watching from afar, shared the feeling that the officiating was one-sided and intends to complain to the league about it, according to a source close to the team. The Panthers were upset about a marginal high-sticking call on Vincent Trocheck that led to the decisive power-play goal in overtime. The 3-2 defeat was a setback to the Panthers' bid for a playoff spot. In Viola's view, the Panthers haven't been receiving equitable treatment from the officials during the stretch run, the source said. About the call on...

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