Bragg Creek's Dylan Holloway credits belief in team in last night's 8-1 blow out of the Florida Panthers by the Edmonton Oilers that has kept their Stanley Cup dreams alive. 

Holloway scored two goals and assisted on another in a must-win game against the Florida Panthers.

"We've been through so much adversity this year, and it's just a team belief," said Holloway in a post-game press scrum. "We knew how special a group this is, you know, how good we can be, and I think the biggest thing is not to put too much pressure on ourselves. The pressure was on them tonight and obviously it's a big match, an elimination game, but we play the best with our backs against the wall."

His second goal saw Oilers captain Connor McDavid set a new record of 32 assists in a single post-season after tying Wayne Gretzky's record earlier in the game.

Holloway has five goals and two assists in 22 playoff games and is a +3.

The landslide win leaves the Oilers two games behind the Panthers and one loss away from being eliminated. But with the Oiler's scoring power unbottled, it gives hope for the team to do what no team has done since the 1942 Toronto Maple Leafs came back from a 3-0 deficit against the Detroit Red Wings in a Stanley Cup final.

"I think the biggest thing for us is not to get too high," said Holloways. "Obviously, it was a massive win, but we still know what the circumstances are, we're still down 3-1, so the biggest thing for us is just forget that and use it, bottle it kind of, and move forward."

Game Five is back in Sunrise, FL on Tuesday night.