Curtis Marouelli is an ECHL ref who hasn't had the best of months. A few weeks ago, the nephew of NHL ref Dan Marouelli misinterpreted a rule that drew the ire of the ECHL's vice president of hockey operations after he allowed a goal despite the net being displaced from its moorings.
On Friday night, Marouelli reffed the game between the Ontario Reign and Colorado Eagles, one that featured a parade to the penalty box with 106 PIMs between the two sides leading to 10 power play goals. The game ended in favor of the Reign 9-8 after a shootout, but the highlight was the reaction from Colorado head coach Chris Stewart after one of Marouelli's calls in the second period.
Eagles forward Liam Huculak was whistled for a questionable goaltender interference (hey, just like the NHL!), which led to Stewart's frustration with the officiating boiling over: