The Montreal Canadians were able to stay in the Stanley Cup final Tampa Bay recorded a 3-2 overtime victory over Lightning in Game 4 on Monday. Canadian forward Josh Anderson scored 3:57 to give Montreal a season-saving victory in extra time.
One of the biggest reasons for winning Montreal Game 4 was Anderson’s play, who opened the scoring with a beautiful goal in the first period. This is the second time in the last season that Anderson has scored two goals in a game. In the games Anderson scored in the post-2021 season, the Canadians are 3-0.
In addition, the Lightning offense throughout Game 4 is not its dangerous nature. Forward Barclays Kudrow and Pat Maroon entered the goal line, though Lightning outscored the Canadians 34-21. However, Canadian goalie Gary Price came in big on several occasions because he stopped 32 shots at night. Lightning went from 0 to -5 in power-play opportunities in Game 4 may be the biggest factor.
CBS Sports will be with you every step of the way when Canadians and Lightning face off on KBS5, which is set for NPCSN at 8pm ET.
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