The Boston Bruins took another tough loss in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals. 

The final score being 2-1 for the St. Louis Blues and the Blues now lead the series 3-2 as the series heads to St. Louis for Game 6. 

Blues head coach Craig Berube called out the officials earlier in the series and things have definitely changed since and last night was a clear joke. 

It was missed call after missed call and one of them resulted in the Blues taking a 2-0 lead. 

Following the game it was Bruce Cassidy's turn to sound off on the terrible officiating. 

"I’m a fan of the game," Cassidy said, according to ESPN's Greg Wyshynski. "It’s the National Hockey League getting a black eye with their officiating in these playoffs, and there’s another one that’s going to be talked about."

"The no-call on Acciari ... their player is on his way to the box," Cassidy said. "It's right in front of the official. It's a slew foot. Our guy's gone. The spotter took him out of the game for a possible concussion. I mean, it's blatant. It had a big effect on the game."

"Those are the hits they want to get out of the game, correct? That's what I hear a lot about," he said. "Clearly, they missed a couple tonight. It's a fast game. I sat here two days ago or whatever it was and said I believe these officials are at this level because they've earned the right to be here."

"I mean, the narrative changed after Game 3. There's a complaint or whatever put forth by the opposition. It just seems to have changed everything," he said.