Golden Knights Dominate Game 4 of Stanley Cup Final, William Karlsson Leads the Charge with Rebound Goal

In a thrilling Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final, the Golden Knights managed to stay alive with a 4-3 victory over the Panthers. William Karlsson was once again the hero for Vegas, as he netted the game-winning goal off a rebound in the third period to give his team the edge.

Despite the loss, the Panthers got on the board early in the game thanks to a shot from defenseman Brandon Montour that pinballed in off two Golden Knights players. However, Vegas quickly responded with goals from Nick Holden and Chandler Stephenson to take the lead.

The game remained tight throughout, with neither team able to pull away. The Golden Knights thought they had put the game out of reach with a goal from Reilly Smith late in the third period, but the Panthers fought back with a goal from Patric Hornqvist to make it a one-goal game once again.

In the end, though, it was Karlsson’s goal that proved to be the difference. The win keeps the Golden Knights’ hopes alive as they look to become the first expansion team to win the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season.

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