I think it's OK to point out a bad call or non-call if it truly affected the outcome of the series without question--if that McAvoy non-call was in game 7 then they could grab every microphone for the entire summer. But that call (likely) cost them game 4 and that's it. It didn't lose them the other 3 games. Personally, I don't like that McAvoy is still complaining about it days later and I hope someone teaches him better. Emotional takes during or right after the game are one thing, but harping on it days later and using it as an excuse for an entire series is not the winning road. The Bruins got beat in this series and it wasn't the fault of the now standard inconsistent officiating. Maybe they got beat because they are banged up or just one or two players away, but they didn't get beat on one call in the middle of a 4 game losing streak. If they are that fragile then it just proves that they aren't quite ready yet in more than one department. Bergeron has it right (as always). You dig in and overcome. Bergeron is a true leader that leaves it on the ice where it belongs. Leave it to Roenick and the other pundits to point out the poor officiating--as they did.