- The Recap: Game 5 – ECQF: Rangers vs. Habs
- The Recency Bias: Round 1 – Game 5
- What Just Happened? Rangers top Habs 3-2 in OT
- The Forum: The First Round… So Far
- Dwight King Not Proving His Worth
- What Just Happened? Rangers Even the Series
- The Recap: Game 4 – ECQF – Habs vs Rangers
- The Recency Bias: Round 1 – Game 4
- Montreal’s trade deadline acquisitions are paying off
- What Just Happened? Habs quiet Rangers, take 2-1 lead
Panthers Over Caps in 20-Round Shootout
- Updated: December 17, 2014
Nick Bjugstad ended the longest shootout in NHL history by scoring in the 20th round on Tuesday, allowing the Florida Panthers to win 2-1 against the Washington Capitals. Bjugstad shot the puck into the top of the net to end the game.
All players from both teams had a turn and there were even two skaters on each side who had two opportunities.
The previous record was a 15-round shootout between the New York Rangers and Washington Capitals on November 26th, 2005.
In regulation time, Derek MacKenzie (FLO) scored in the first period and Troy Brouwer (WAS) tied the game in the second period.
Roberto Luongo made 23 saves, while Braden Holtby stopped 28 shots for the Caps who had won their last three road games.