Kitchener Rangers general manager and head coach Steve Spott had to ante up for his outburst with an OHL on-site supervisor earlier this month.
Spott confronted the supervisor during intermission after the second period of the team's 4-1 loss to Saginaw Feb. 5 at the Aud. The team was hit with a $5,000 fine for his actions.
The game saw officials review three goals and wave off one.
After the game, the Rangers' skipper criticized the officiating. He was particularly upset with referee Jason Goldenberg who signaled a goal and then waved it off seconds later during the second period.
"I had a referee wave a goal, he then waves it off and second guesses himself," Spott said at the time. "It's unacceptable."