That third period blew the net wide open. If Vegas can repeat that a few more times, this will be a short series indeed. Then again, for the past six months I've learned not to underestimate the Panthers, when they've needed to reach deep they have managed to do so.
Let's hope so. Its twice they got the opening goal then blew the lead.
The way they got blown open the other day I thought they finally hit the wall.
Its ironic that the competition for them has gotten harder considering who they had to go through to get here.
That's the beauty of hockey. You don't know what to expect. It's not like basketball where every game comes down to the last 18 or 3 minutes where 110 point games are won by 1 point, or soccer and it's nil-nil ties going to penalty kicks.
So apparently the Panthers post game give out a "dog bone" to the player of the game. It's a trend we've been seeing in hockey (probably other sports too) like the belt in Vancouver.
But no one seems to have noticed that the team from Florida is now associated with Cats, Rodents, and now Dogs