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Carter Verhaeghe came through with the decisive score just 4:27 into the overtime period, enabling the Florida Panthers to mount a comeback and secure a 3-2 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights. This was during the third match of the Stanley Cup Final, which took place at FLA Live Arena on Thursday.

Despite this, the Golden Knights maintain a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. The fourth game is scheduled for the same venue this Saturday.

Verhaeghe received the puck from teammate Sam Bennett, and let loose a wrist shot from within the blue line that managed to find its way through the oncoming traffic and evade Adin Hill’s glove side.

Matthew Tkachuk managed to level the score 2-2 for the Panthers late into the third period, at 17:47, capitalizing on a rebound off Verhaeghe’s one-time shot from the right point.

Before Verhaeghe’s overtime score, the Panthers successfully neutralized a Vegas power play that spilled over 1:48 into the overtime period. Gustav Forsling was penalized for tripping Chandler Stephenson just 12 seconds before the end of the third.

Brandon Montour and Sergei Bobrovsky, who saved 25 shots, also scored for the Panthers. The team now boasts an undefeated 7-0 overtime record in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Jonathan Marchessault and Mark Stone each contributed a goal and an assist for the Golden Knights, while Hill saved 20 shots.

The Panthers emerged victorious despite not capitalizing on any of their five power plays, and also conceding two goals during penalty kills.

The Panthers were first on the scoreboard thanks to Montour’s wrist shot from the top of the left face-off circle just 4:08 into the game, which found the top of the net. Tkachuk provided the assist.

This was Montour’s first goal in 11 games.

Stone equalized for Vegas with their first power-play goal of the match at 16:03, navigating the crease and using his backhand to deflect Marchessault’s shot during a 4-on-3 situation.

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About National Hockey League (NHL):

The National Hockey League (NHL) is a professional Ice hockey teams organization established in 1917 in North America. Initially, there were only four Canadian hockey teams and the Boston was the first American team to join the league. After 31 years as president of the NHL, he was fired in 1977 and replaced by John A. Ziegler Jr., who had urgent problems to resolve in the wake of the WHA war that paralyzed the league’s owners. Several NHL franchises had to relocate to take advantage of their opportunities as it became obvious that North America could not support 32 Major League, hockey teams.

The National Hockey League was founded on November 26th, 1917 at Windsor Hotel in Montreal after its predecessor, the National Hockey Association (NHA), ceased operations in 1909 in Renfrew, Ontario, after ceased operations in 1909 in Ontario. The era of the original six teams of Montreal, Toronto, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, and New York, consisting of 1942-43 to 1966-67, lasted until the season 1942-43. In order to strengthen the so-called expansion effect, a merger of the leagues took place.

At the beginning of the National, Hockey Leagues were four teams in Canada (distance from the adjective “national” in the name of the league ). The hockey league was expanded to the United States in 1924 after the joining of the Boston Bruins. Now both American and Canadian teams are part of one of the most famous Ice hockey leagues in the world.

From 1942 to 1967 the league consisted of six teams, none of which got a nickname. The rules of the National Hockey Leagues emerged from the first indoor ice hockey game organized in Montreal in 1875 and were maintained by subsequent leagues until 1917 when they adopted the existing rules of the NHA. The NHL rules are one of only two standard sets of professional hockey rules worldwide.

While hockey is the most popular sport in Canada, the NHL had rapid growth in the 1990s in the United States, where it now ranks a distant fourth among the four major North American team sports in terms of revenue and TV ratings. The NHL is the first unrivaled Hockey League that attracts some of the best players in the world.

California is the only other state with three teams: the Anaheim Ducks, San Jose Sharks, and the L.A. Kings. One of the peculiarities of the game is that players are not thrown out for fighting, as this is considered an established tradition in the game. Another unique tradition in the NHL is that when a player scores in a game a hat trick (three goals) the spectators throw their hat on the ice.