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NHL issues a statement on the Canucks after improbable comeback


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Owen Fullerton
April 28, 2024  (8:03 PM)
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Vancouver Canucks goaltender Arturs Silovs (31) and defenseman Carson Soucy (7) celebrate the team's 4-3 overtime win against the Nashville Predators in Game 4 on April 28
Photo credit: AP Photo/George Walker IV

The Canucks mounted an impressive comeback victory over the Predators on Sunday afternoon, scoring two goals late in the third before putting the game away in overtime.

Brock Boeser scored all three goals in regulation, scoring his first playoff hat trick and becoming the fifth Canuck ever to do so, with his third crossing the goal line with just 8 seconds remaining in the final frame.
From there, it was Elias Lindholm's turn to shine, as the Canucks' significant trade deadline addition paid off with his second goal of the playoffs ending things early in the overtime period - it was the first playoff OT winner of his career.
The Canucks multi-goal comeback was launched in the nick of time, with only seven teams in playoff history coming back in a shorter window.
While it was his first appearance in an NHL playoff game, Arturs Silovs looked like a seasoned vet, stopping 27 of 30 shots that came his way.
The Canucks will look to eliminate the Predators at home on Tuesday.
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