Hibernian manager Nick Montgomery told BBC Sportsound: "A lot of frustration. Another game we were ahead in away from home. I thought we should have been smart enough to get out of game.
"We've been talking about managing games a lot. That's the disappointing thing.
"They were a lot of positives to take out of that. First-half I thought we were outstanding.
"Every time we score two goals, we seem to concede two, and that's something we need to change.
"If that's a penalty, there's going to be 10 penalties every game. A 6ft 5 player falls to the ground with minimal contact. I'm looking forward to getting some decisions moving forward.
"It's a point away from home. What we need to do now is turn those draws into wins. It's a big game against Kilmarnock at the weekend and I'm looking forward to Saturday.