Game Four and the Washington Capitals had the chance to put the Florida Panthers in all sorts of bother if they could pull off another win on home ice. Playoff hockey, baby.
TJ Oshie opened the scoring with another deflection in front. Carter Verhaeghe tied things up on a two-on-one rush with Aaron Ekblad. Nada in the second. Evgeny Kuznetsov let the bird fly and gave the Caps a third period lead. Sam Reinhart tied the game with the goaltender pulled very late.
Verhaeghe again in overtime.
Panthers beat Capitals 3-2. Series now tied 2-2.
— NBC Sports Capitals (@NBCSCapitals) May 10, 2022
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— divock ovigi (@OVECHKlN) May 9, 2022
— Good Tweet Pete 🌮 (@peterhassett) May 9, 2022
Game Five is back in Florida on Wednesday with a 7:30 PM start.
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