The Florida Panthers outlasted the Washington Capitals after a 20-round shootout, the longest in NHL history.
After an astonishing 20 rounds, the Panthers emerged victorious in the longest shootout in NHL history. The marathon shootout broke the record previously set on November 26, 2005, when the Rangers defeated the Capitals in 15 rounds after Marek Malik beat then-Washington goalie Olaf Kolzig.
This time, it was Nick Bjugstad (in his second attempt of the shootout) who scored the game-winner for the Panthers.
-- Katie Brown