Nicholas Roy scoring against the Montreal Canadiens on June 20.

The NHL semifinal series between the Montreal Canadiens and Vegas Golden Knights has been full of back-and-forth fights so far, and Sunday’s Game 4 in Vegas was no exception. That game saw Robin Lehner starting for Vegas following Marc-Andre Fleury’s puck-handling gaffe late in Game 3 Friday, and it saw the Canadiens still without head coach Dominique Ducharme, placed in isolation ahead of Friday’s game following COVID-19 testing issues. It also saw the Knights without general manager Kelly McCrimmon, placed in isolation Sunday following a positive COVID-19 test. And it ended with a 2-1 win for the Knights on this overtime goal from Nicholas Roy (seen above scoring this goal):

That came after Paul Byron scored for Montreal in the second period, and after Brayden McNabb responded for Vegas in the third:

Carey Price made 19 saves for the Canadiens, while Lehner stopped 26 shots for the Knights. Game 5 will be Tuesday night in Vegas at 9 p.m. Eastern on NBCSN.

[NHL.com; photo from Eric Bolte/USA Today Sports]

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