The Canadiens Beat The Lightning 3-2 In Game Four Of The Stanley Cup Final

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The Montreal Canadiens have successfully avoided being swept in the Stanley Cup Final.

The Canadiens beat the Lightning 3-2 in overtime Monday night in game four, and they’ll now return to Tampa down 1-3 in the series. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Well, it looked light the Canadiens had no chance of winning a game in this series after they went down 0-3, but they fought like hell to earn a win Monday night.

Now, the question is whether or not they can actually push this series past five games. In the world of hockey, anything is possible.

As I said when the Tampa mayor suggested losing game four on purpose in order to win the Stanley Cup at home, that’s a dangerous game to play!


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The Lightning will now have a shot Wednesday night to wrap this series up and secure the Stanley Cup.

Tune in at 8:00 EST on NBC to find out whether or not the Canadiens can make things interesting and earn another win.