Josh Anderson’s OT Goal Lifts Canadiens Past Lightning in Game 4 of Stanley Cup Final
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The Montreal Canadiens stayed alive in their Stanley Cup Final series against the Tampa Bay Lightning by defeating the visitors 3-2 in overtime on Monday in Bell Centre.
Canadiens right wing Josh Anderson scored two goals, including the game-winner at 3:57 of overtime. Montreal completed a four-minute penalty kill following a Shea Weber high-sticking penalty just 58 seconds earlier.
Tampa Bay outshot Montreal 34-21 and hit three goalposts on the night, including one from Nikita Kucherov with 2:27 remaining in the third and the score tied at two.
Tampa Bay, which defeated the Dallas Stars in last year’s Stanley Cup, leads Montreal three games to one in the best-of-seven matchup.
Canadiens RW Josh Anderson: 2 G, 3 SOG
Canadiens D Alexander Romanov: 1 G
Canadiens RW Cole Caufield: 2 A
Canadiens G Carey Price: 32 SV
Lightning RW Barclay Goodrow: 1 G, 2 SOG
Tampa Bay will host Montreal for Game 5 on Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET.
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