Watch: Forsberg scores in final minute to send Game 4 to OT

Filip Forsberg came up clutch again for the Nashville Predators on Thursday, scoring the game-tying goal against the Anaheim Ducks with just 34.5 seconds on the clock to send Game 4 to overtime.

With the goal, Forsberg has now scored in each of the first four games of the series, and his four goals are the most of any player on either team.

The goal was his seventh of the postseason, giving him a two-goal cushion for first among all Predators, while tying him with Joel Ward for the franchise record for most goals in a single playoffs.

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Watch: Forsberg scores in final minute to send Game 4 to OT
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