First, two goals were scored in a matter of 20 seconds in the second period to have the game level at 1-1.
Then,the Pens appeared to have another shot at Lord Stanley in their cross-hairs after a Justin Schultz howitzer from the point, but the resilient Senators bounced back again just 2:57 later as Ryan Dzingel knotted things up at 2-2.
One overtime passed without a goal, but then Chris Kunitz happened.
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This series had everything you could possible want, and the Pens will likely have another tight battle on tap with the Nashville Predators if they want to become the first repeat Stanley Cup champs in the past 20 years.