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Maxim Mamin keeps ‘next man up’ mentality rolling with Florida Panthers

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Maxim Mamin, here talking with a coach during practice, had his best game with the Florida Panthers as he scored twice in an eventual 4-3 shootout win against the St. Louis Blues. // Photo @ColbyDGuy

SUNRISE — With injuries to Sasha Barkov and Anthony Duclair, the Florida Panthers needed some new faces to step up. Maxim Mamin was that guy Saturday afternoon.

Scoring two separate game-tying goals — including the one which helped Florida send this game to overtime with 2:34 remaining — Mamin stepped up to the plate and delivered.

The Panthers ended up winning their third consecutive home game with a 4-3 shootout win against the St. Louis Blues.

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“I’m feeling better game to game,” Mamin said. “If you are playing more, you start to feel more confident. It’s helped me. I feel good now.”

With injuries in the Florida lineup, the 26-year-old found himself on the second line with Anton Lundell and Carter Verhaeghe.

Mamin has excelled.

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