This past week, in a game between the Nashville Predators and Florida Panthers, it appeared Predators forward Filip Forsberg had scored a last second goal to tie the game and send it to overtime. However, after a video review by the league office in Toronto, the goal was disallowed. Game over. Florida won 2-1 in regulation.

Forsberg was declared to have interfered with the goalie, disallowing the goal. While Forsberg was in the area of the crease, whether or not he actually interfered with the play is questionable. Clearly, Nashville fans felt that the goal should not have been called back.

Fans were understandably furious. Many took to Twitter to voice their displeasure. None more famous than country singer Carrie Underwood, who is married to Predators forward Mike Fisher. Underwood was completely "livid" as she tweeted her dissatisfaction with the league.

Despite the protest, the final has not and will not change. It ultimately was a big win for Florida as they make a last second push to try and steal a playoff spot.

Fan takes matter into her own hands

Feeling helpless in the aftermath of the blown call, one Predators fan took her displeasure straight to the league. Briley Meeks spent nearly $150 to purchase a dead catfish and have the fish delivered to the league offices in Toronto.

Nashville has a tradition of fans throwing catfish on the ice after the team scores big goals. Meeks, a self proclaimed practical joker, thought it would be a great prank to play on the league. She felt that her team was robbed unfairly and she couldn't stand idly by and just let it happen.

“It was worth every penny! I feel like my Preds were robbed and the look on their faces last night when Toronto overturned that goal broke my heart!” (Yahoo Sports).

Meeks said she got the idea after discussing it with other Predators fans in a Facebook group shortly after the game. While many joked about it, only Meeks acted and made it happen.

Starting a trend?

Hopefully this doesn't becomes a trend among die-hard hockey fans, no matter how hilarious it might be. For certain fan bases, it could get out of hand quickly.

In Detroit, they are notorious for tossing octopus on the ice during playoff time. During the 90's it was so popular that fans had to resort to creative ways just to get the squids into the arena after officials began cracking down on the practice. No fan had the bright idea of sending the creature straight to league offices, though.

In Florida, fans have been known to blanket the ice with rubber rats after big goals. Imagine opening a package filled with actual dead rats? Not counting the health hazards, it is just plain gross.