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Sam Reinhart
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Welcome to, the official site of the National Hockey LeagueBienvenue à , le site officiel de la Ligue nationale de hockeyTervetuloa NHL:n viralliselle nettisivustolle NHL.comiinVälkommen till, NHL:s officiella web-sidaVítejte na, oficiálních stránkách National Hockey LeagueVitajte na, oficiálnych stránkach National Hockey LeagueWillkommen auf, der offiziellen Seite der National Hockey LeagueBienvenido a, el sitio oficial de la National Hockey LeagueWASHINGTON -- Trailing the Washington Capitals by a goal late in the third period on Monday and staring down the possibility of being one game from elimination, the Florida Panthers did what they did best throughout the regular season, when they led the NHL with 29 comeback wins.Sam Reinhart tied it 2-2 with 2:04 remaining in regulation, and Carter Verhaeghe scored 4:57 into overtime to give Florida a 3-2 victory in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference First Round.Now, instead of trailing 3-1 in the best-of-7 series, the Panthers head home for Game 5 on Wednesday tied 2-2 and feeling like the momentum is on their side."It was kind of crazy," said Verhaeghe, who scored twice. Frustration could've set in at that point for the Panthers, who won the Presidents' Trophy as the NHL team with the best regular-season record, but they maintained their composure.Goalie Sergei Bobrovsky kept it a one-goal game with a right pad save on Marcus Johansson's breakaway attempt with 3:24 remaining. Verhaeghe played in eight playoff games with the Tampa Bay Lightning when they won the Stanley Cup in 2020, and experience like that is invaluable for Florida, which is trying to win its first postseason series since 1996.Already confident after tying the game 1-1 on a 2-on-1 with Aaron Ekblad at 14:08 of the first period, Verhaeghe teamed with Ekblad again for the game-winner.

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