The Rangers started off their first home playoff game in two years with spark and an early one goal lead. It was the kind of start fans hoped for in what could have been their most important game of the season. Finally cracking the armour of London goalie Tyler Parsons who had been sharp until Tuesday's match up. The Blueshirts had even stretched their lead to two goals. Then it started to fall apart. A disallowed goal and some penalty trouble killed any Kitchener momentum and the Knights charged back. Led by Mitch Marner, London picked apart Kitchener's defence and had a 5-5 tie going in to the third. The third period was every fan's nightmare as the Knights continued their barrage finishing with 10 goals, including an open net marker. Jake Paterson has been a huge part of the team's late season run to the playoffs, but just didn't have it in Game 3.