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After Sean Bergenheim scored the game's opening goal for the second time in the series, Washington showed a sense of urgency in the second period by scoring twice to grab the lead. Mike Knuble and John Carlson accounted for the first two goals, and after Alex Ovechkin added another later in the period, Washington was sitting pretty with a 3-2 lead entering the final stanza.
But as they did all series long, the Bolts rose to the occasion again as Steven Stamkos blasted a wrister past Michal Neuvirth to tie the game. Then just 24 seconds later, Ryan Malone tipped in the go-ahead goal to turn the tide in the contest. The rest was a formality, as Tampa Bay pulled out a 4-3 come-from-behind victory to take a commanding 3-0 series lead over the East's top seed.