Florida Panthers advance to Eastern Conference Finals for the first time since 1996 with a 3-2 overtime win over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Mason Cousins scores the winning goal in overtime, his first playoff goal in overtime.
Sergei Bobrovsky shines as the X-factor for the Panthers, making 50 saves and holding Toronto's offense to just two goals in the series.
Panthers' head coach Paul Maurice, formerly of the Carolina Hurricanes, will face his former team in the next round.
Aaron Ekblad and Carter Verhaeghe score for the Panthers in the first period, giving them a 2-0 lead.
Morgan Reilly cuts into the deficit for the Maple Leafs in the second period, making it 2-1.
Controversial no-goal call for the Maple Leafs leads to fan frustration and trash being thrown onto the ice.
William Nylander ties the game 2-2 with a sharp-angle shot late in regulation, forcing overtime.
Bobrovsky makes several key saves in overtime, including one on Auston Matthews, to keep the Panthers in the game.
Radko Gudas sets up Mason Cousins for the game-winning goal, securing the Panthers' victory and setting up a matchup against the Carolina Hurricanes in Round 3.
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