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Daniel Sedin's milestone goal ends Panthers' win streak

Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Sports

The Florida Panthers' win streak is over at 12 games.

The Vancouver Canucks ended it, erasing a 2-0 deficit to win 3-2 in overtime. Rookie Jake Virtanen scored the tying goal at 17:22 of the third period, and Daniel Sedin won it in overtime on the power play, with Jaromir Jagr in the penalty box.

Related: VIDEO - Canucks, Panthers scuffle between benches after Vancouver's OT winner

Sedin's goal was his second of the game, and it was a big one - he tied Canucks legend Markus Naslund for the most goals in franchise history, at 346.

Roberto Luongo was the goalie most everyone was talking about before the game, as he's always a story when he comes back to Vancouver, but Canucks goalie Jacob Markstrom was instrumental in ending the Panthers' run, stopping 26 of 28 shots to earn the win.

But what a run it was for Florida:

The game didn't end after Sedin's OT winner. There were fireworks - and not because he tied Naslund's mark. While Vancouver was celebrating the victory at center ice, Derek Dorsett skated over to the Panthers' bench and exchanged words with backup goalie Al Montoya. Then everyone got involved. Some of the Panthers even began making their way back to the bench after heading down the tunnel.

Words were allegedly exchanged before Dorsett and Montoya got into it:

Watch video and read more about the scuffle here.

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