Match Tied Up Following Las Vegas Victory in Game 4 Against Canadiens

The Las Vegas Golden Knights were compelled to secure a victory in Game 4, understanding that failing to do so would significantly jeopardize their chances in the Stanley Cup semi-finals against the Montreal Canadiens. They strived diligently to ensure that the series did not take a negative turn, resulting in a 3-1 scoreline. However, after four games, the series stands level at 2-2 following a thrilling 2-1 overtime triumph.

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The opening goal of the game was netted by the Canadiens towards the end of the second period courtesy of Paul Byron. They managed to maintain the lead for a period until Brayden McNabb leveled the score midway into the third period. This deadlock pushed the game into overtime, where seasoned player Nicolas Roy swiftly found the back of the net to score the winning goal past the resilient Carey Price and numerous defenders. Las Vegas will now host Game 5 on Tuesday as they aim to take a 3-2 lead in the series.



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