The Florida Panthers ended their road trip with a 3-2 shootout win against the New York Rangers on Sunday.
Florida wound up going 3-1 on the road trip and has improved to 10-8-1 on the season. The Panthers have bee playing better as of late and have found some clutch goals.
Keith Yandle used a power play to his advantage in the first period. The goal which was Yandle's first of the season tied the game at one at the time. Assisting on Florida's first score of the day were Aleksander Barkov and Vincent Trocheck.
After New York took the lead, Florida tied it back up with a goal from Aaron Ekblad. The score was Ekblad's fifth of the season and came with help from Trocheck and Jakub Kindl.
After those two early third period goals, the teams would hold one another scoreless the rest of the period and in overtime. Florida wasted little time in the shootout and converted goals on both of the team's tries. James Reimer saved both of the attempts made by New York.
Reimer had a solid game with 23 saves in 25 opportunities. It was a step in the right direction for Reimer who has struggled as of late.
Now that the trip is over, Florida will head home and host the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.