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Elias Lindholm scores the game winning goal seconds into overtime


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Felip Gosselin
April 28, 2024  (5:33 PM)
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Brock Boeser and Elias Lindholm celebrating a goal
Photo credit: San Diego Union Tribune

It was a game with tons of turnarounds for the Canucks. The Orcas took an early lead when Brock Boeser scored his first, but they couldn't maintain their cadence, and the Predators took advantage of every inch to carry a 3-1 lead highly late in the third.

Just about every Canuck fan was ready to give up and focus on game five, but Brock Boeser had other plans. The Canucks regular season top goalscorer manages two goals in the game's last moments to tie it up and send this show to overtime.
The Predators were still shaken up at the beginning of overtime; the line made of Dakota Joshua, Conor Garland and Elias Lindholm gave them a hard time in deep. The team's big acquisition at the deadline came up clutch and showed why Allvin chose him:
The Canucks are now heading home with a 3-1 lead in this series, hoping to seal the deal in Vancouver.
Replacing the injured Thatcher Demko and Casey DeSmith, Arturs Silovs was excellent between the pipes. With his performance, Tocchet will have many headaches trying to determine who to start if DeSmith is healthy enough to play in game 5.
After a subpar end of the season, Lindholm has been stepping his game up in the playoffs. He now counts two goals through four games.
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Elias Lindholm scores the game winning goal seconds into overtime

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