Florida Panthers snatch overtime win to narrow gap against Vegas Golden Knights in Stanley Cup Final

Florida is only trailing 2-1 by the Vegas Golden Knights in the Stanley Cup Final. The Panthers snatched their first overtime success of the series in Act III in Florida.

The formation coached by Paul Maurice forced the decision on its first shot on target in overtime, after 4’27” of extra play, thanks to a wrist shot from center Carter Verhaeghe. She went into overtime shorthanded after picking up a penalty with 12” left in the third period.

The Panthers – who were swept 4-0 by Colorado in 1996 in the only previous final in their history – are indeed irresistible beyond regulation time. They won the seven matches in which they were forced to play extra time in these 2023 play-offs!

Florida had snatched the extension on a success of Matthew Tkachuk, author of his 11th goal in these play-offs 2’13” from the end of the third period when his team had released his goalkeeper. The American striker, credited with an assist on Brandon Montour’s 1-0 after 4’08”, finished this match with a record of +3.

The Panthers, who will also play at home in Game 4 on Saturday, however missed their case in special situations. They show a 0/5 in numerical superiority in this part, while the Golden Knights found the fault twice in “power play” to improve the score from 0-1 to 2-1. But their survival instinct still made the difference.


2023-06-09 04:37:00

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