It appeared the Nashville Predators tied the Florida Panthers with 0.6 seconds remaining in regulation on a Filip Forsberg goal. However, after review, officials ruled that Nashville’s Viktor Arvidsson interfered with Florida goalie Roberto Luongo, and the goal was waved off.

With the win, the Florida Panthers remain in the Eastern Conference wild card picture at 90 points with three games remaining (they’re four points behind the Philadelphia Flyers 94 points with two games remaining).

Well, the goal being disallowed got a lot of reaction on Twitter, and from famous people, even.

It’s no surprise that country music singer Carrie Underwood was quite angry, as her husband Mike Fisher plays for the Predators.

Even actor Kiefer Sutherland — best known for playing Jack Bauer on 24  and currently playing President Tom Kirkman on Designated Survivor — tweeted that the Predators were robbed.

And pro golfer Brandt Snedeker, a Nashville native, also tweeted his frustration.

It’s certainly an annoying regulation loss for the Predators, but they’re still in good shape to get the Western Conference’s top seed and potentially the Presidents’ Trophy with 113 points in 80 games.

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