The New York Rangers are just one win from an appearance in the Stanley Cup Finals after an uplifting win in Game 4 at home on Sunday night. By a final of 3-2, New York was able to battle through nine penalties, and unlike Game 3, the Rangers lit the lamp in overtime for a dramatic game winner off the stick of Martin St Louis. Carl Hagelin and Brad Richards forced a Canadiens turnover as Montreal tried to clear the puck to center ice, found a wide open St Louis across ice, setting up his top shelf game-winner. The Blueshirts now hold a 3-1 series advantage.

Game 5 is set for Tuesday night in Montreal.