Rangers right winger Barclay Goodrow scores second playoff overtime winner

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New York Rangers right winger Barclay Goodrow of Toronto, Ontario scored his second National Hockey League Stanley Cup Playoff overtime winner on Friday. He accomplished the feat in a 2-1 Rangers win over the Florida Panthers in game two of the Eastern Conference Final at New York’s Madison Square Garden. With the win, the Rangers tied the best out of seven series at one game apiece.

Goodrow’s game-winner came at 14:01 of the extra period. Vincent Trocheck and Jacob Trouba picked up the assists.

Goodrow had his first overtime winner in the Stanley Cup Playoffs on April 23, 2019. This overtime winner came in dramatic fashion as it was in the seventh game of the first round, a 5-4 San Jose Sharks win over the Vegas Golden Knights with one minute and 41 seconds left in the extra period. Swedes Erik Karlsson and Marcus Sorensen. The Sharks were once down three games to one in the series before winning three games in a row.

In the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Goodrow has four goals and two assists for six points. He is a +2 with 10 penalty minutes, one shorthanded goal, two game-winning goal, 12 shots on goal, 50 faceoff wins, 23 blocked shots, 32 hits, two takeaways and four giveaways.

Goodrow’s two playoff assists came in a 4-1 Rangers win over the Washington Capitals in game one of the first round on April 21. He first set up Matt Rempe of Calgary, Alberta, and then Jimmy Vesey. Goodrow’s postseason shorthanded goal and game-winning goal came on April 26, in a 3-1 Rangers win over the Capitals in game three of the first round on April 26. Trocheck and Trouba once again had the assists.

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