WILKES-BARRE, Pa. Alexander Ovechkin Jersey . -- On a neutral-zone faceoff with about 30 seconds left and the score tied Saturday night, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins coach John Hynes tried to make a late personnel change. Referee Terry Koharski disallowed it, ruling that the change took too long. A checking line, centred by Zach Sill, stayed on the ice and the teams top scoring line remained on the bench. The Penguins owe Koharski a big thank you. Sill scored the game-winning goal with 15.8 seconds left in the third period to help the Penguins stave off elimination with a 4-2 victory over the St. Johns Ice Caps in Game 5 of the American Hockey Leagues Eastern Conference finals Saturday night. "Nobody in this room wanted to stop playing hockey yet," Sill said. The IceCaps lead the series 3-2. Game 6 will be played Tuesday in St. Johns, N.L. Chuck Kobasew had a pair of goals for the Penguins while Spencer Machacek also scored. Will ONeill, meanwhile, had a goal and an assist for the second straight game for the IceCaps, who also got a single from Patrice Cormier. Michael Hutchinson made 30 saves for the IceCaps. Peter Mannino stopped 19 shots for the Penguins. With the score tied 2-2 in the final minute, Tom Kostopoulos threw a puck into the crease from the right-wing corner. Harry Zolnierczyk kept it alive at the near post and Sill took a shot that banked off the far post, off Hutchinson and in. "It went off the post and my heart sank for a minute, then it went off his glove and into the net and that was exciting," Sill said. Kobasew added an empty netter with 6.1 seconds left. He also tied the score 2-2 with 7:30 left in regulation, finishing off a cross-ice pass from Andrew Ebbett at the right faceoff dot at the end of a long offensive-zone shift for the Penguins. Kobasew, who missed the last two games, and Ebbett, who missed the last 11, were making their return from injury for the Penguins. "Its good to be back together. Weve played a lot together this season," Kobasew said. "Just a good shift by all five guys out there. We were able to hem them in." ONeill scored on a 5-on-3 power play to give St. Johns a 1-0 lead with 7:33 left in the first period, hitting the top-left corner of the net from the high slot. The Penguins outshot the IceCaps 8-3 in the first half of the second period and tied the score when Machacek scored on a 3-on-1 break off a scramble in the neutral zone at 3:49. St. Johns retook the lead on their second power-play goal of the game with 5:55 left in the period. Cormier tipped in an ONeill shot from the blue-line to make it 2-1. "Weve played with the lead before. Were pretty comfortable," IceCaps winger Carl Klingberg said. "They came with a strong push. They had their season on the line. They had to go for it and they succeeded. Sometimes theyre going to do that." 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All those years with 90 losses, the managerial changes and youth movements and empty seats come late September.Empty seats in July and August, too.They were supposed to be the two players who led the Kansas City Royals back to the playoffs. Butler was the standout high school prospect who couldnt run well and struggled with his glove, but my, how he could hit. And Gordon was the best player in college baseball when the Royals plucked him out of Nebraska, a sure-fire All-Star one day.Well, that day has finally arrived. After seven years of building and rebuilding, Butler and Gordon are reveling in the Royals first post-season appearance since 1985.For the fans, 30 years without feels like a lifetime. Its an eternity to me, Butler said. Kansas City deserves everything theyre getting and we want to give it to them.The Royals open the best-of-seven AL Championship Series on Friday night in Baltimore having already given thousands of fans plenty of post-season thrills.There was the 12-inning walk-off win over Oakland in the wild-card game at Kauffman Stadium. There was the pair of 11-inning wins against the Angels in Los Angeles. And there was the clinching game back in Kansas City, an 8-3 romp that kicked off a citywide party.Butler and Gordon have been gleefully in the midst of it all.This is personal for us, Butler said. It started all the way back when we got drafted. Thats what they envisioned when they drafted us. Going through some bad times, Ive been with this team for 10 years, building toward this.Its been a challenging road filled with pitfalls and potholes, and more than once it looked as though neither Butler nor Gordon would see the fruits of their labour.Butler established himself as a solid hitter early in his career, but his limited ability on the base paths and in the field hampered his value. Butler finally made an All-Star game in 2012, when it was played in Kansas City, but the past couple of seasons have been a struggle.He was hitting just .235 in late-May, a disaster by his lofty standards. And late in the season, Butler found himself sitting on the bench for critical games in a pennant chase.Of course, he would risee to the occasion when the post-season rolled around. Nathan Walker Jersey. Butler had a pair of hits in the victory over the As. And while he went 0 for 9 against the Angels, he managed three walks and even stole a base, his first in two years.Weve believed in Billy all along, Royals manager Ned Yost said.The same could be said of Gordon, the second overall pick in the 2005 draft a€” one year after Butler went in the first round. He was rushed to the majors two years later as the heir to George Brett at third base and soon fizzled out, spending the next couple years vacillating between the majors and minors while trying out a variety of positions.He finally stuck when he landed in left field, and in 2011 hit .303 and earned the first of three consecutive gold gloves. He made his first All-Star game last year, and his second this season, when he hit .266 with 19 homers and again played a masterful left field.Gordon atoned for a 0-for-5 performance against Oakland by beating up the Angels, going 3 for 10 with a pair of doubles and scoring twice. It was his bases-loaded double in the first inning of Game 3 on Sunday night that spurred the Royals to the series clincher.Gordo, hands-down leader of this ballclub, third baseman Mike Moustakas said. For him to go out there in a huge situation like that, after were down one, drive in three runs, it just gave us so much confidence going into the rest of that game.Gordon has slowly evolved into the face of the franchise, yet hes a reluctant star who speaks quietly but carries a big stick. He rarely gets too excitable, nor does he ever get too down. And when he is asked about his personal performance this post-season, he quickly defers the credit to general manager Dayton Moore for sticking with him all these years.Dayton has done a great job moulding this team to where it is now, Gordon said. He really got the right pieces in through the draft and through the trade with James Shields and Wade Davis. Things are really starting to come together. 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