Frederick Gaudreau's goal in Game 4 makes history as Predators tie series
Nashville Predators center Frederick Gaudreau's game-winning goal Monday night made history.
Gaudreau is now only the second player in NHL history to score his first three career goals in a Stanley Cup Final. The only other is John Harms in 1944 for the Chicago Blackhawks. After not scoring in Game 2, Gaudreau has scored in Games 3 and 4 and both have been game winners.
Gaudreau has hit three of his four shots on goal this Cup Final and Game 4 he scored in just over nine minutes if ice time.
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