NHL Stanley Cup Final 2024: Odds, Hot Takes, Top Storylines for Game 4

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NHL Stanley Cup Final 2024: Odds, Hot Takes, Top Storylines for Game 4

Florida made a lineup tweak in Game 3 that could reap dividends in Game 4.

Carter Verhaeghe dropped from the first to second line to reunite with Sam Bennett and Matthew Tkachuk.

Verhaeghe only had two shots on goal in Game 3, but he was active around the net any time his line rushed into the offensive zone.

Verhaeghe is one of the few Panthers players who have been a part of a Stanley Cup close-out game. He won the Cup with the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2020.

He did not score in the close-out game against the Dallas Stars, but he at least knows what that feels and how to approach a contest of that stature.

That could help Verhaeghe ease into the game more than other Panthers, who may play a bit tentative.

The experience combined with the line shift could allow Verhaeghe to have his best game of the series and to potentially score a vital goal for the Panthers to end the series.

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