Vegas' Miller breaks nose late in Game 4 rout


The Stanley Cup Final returns to Las Vegas for Thurday's game five.

With around two minutes remaining in Game 5, the clock disappeared.

The Golden Knights are 16-2 in their last 18 games versus a team with a winning road record.

The Golden Knights wrap up a storybook year, advancing all the way to the final in their first year of existence.

Ovechkin is unquestionably headed to the Hall of Fame, and that wouldn't have changed if the Capitals lost this series to the Golden Knights. The Capitals will face that prospect in Game 5 against a Vegas Golden Knights team that has played strong at home.

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- This is a tough one, but I'm guessing both teams won't want to take the first penalty, and we'll see a faster and cleaner first period to see how the offenses shake out. Then immediately following that goal, a massive fight broke out. David Perron got credit for the tying goal after he was thrown into the net by Christian Djoos and had Tomas Tatar's shot hit him.

One of the most improbable Stanley Cup Finals in recent National Hockey League history has been selling tickets at one of the best rates in recent National Hockey League history. The Caps challenged for goalie interference, but were denied. But Vegas played really well in Game 4, and in some non-scoring aspects deserved to win that game.

Moments later John Carlson blasted another slap shot, but Fleury shuffled and kicked it aside with his left leg pad to keep the game scoreless. Fleury stopped it, but the puck fell to the ice underneath him - and Eller fought off Luca Sbisa and slapped the stationary puck into the net for his seventh goal of the postseason.

- 10 different players recorded a point in their Game 4 win.

The Capitals' Stanley Cup victory also comes on the 40th anniversary of the Washington Bullets' last National Basketball Association crown (now the Wizards). The Caps were tied for the fifth-longest active Cup drought with Philadelphia, which won it in 1974. Three of those players had multi-point games.