Kevin Hayes scored at 3:14 of overtime to give the
Game 5 will be in New York on Friday night.
Fleury and New York's
St. Louis 6, at Minnesota 1: Vladimir Tarasenko scored twice and the revived Blues sent Minnesota goalie Devan Dubnyk to an early exit and thoroughly dominated the Wild to even the series at 2-2.
Kevin Shattenkirk had three assists and Jake Allen made 17 saves to help the Blues end a nine-game postseason road losing streak that lasted more than three years.
Patrik Berglund had a goal and an assist, and David Backes and Paul Stastny scored for the first time in the series. So did fourth-line right wing Ryan Reaves, whose one-timer from the point got past Dubnyk's glove to give the Blues the early lead. By the middle of the first period, they had a 3-0 lead after being shut out in Game 3.
at Ottawa 1, Montreal 0:
Craig Anderson made 28 saves to help the Senators cut Montreal's lead to 3-1 in the Eastern Conference series.
Only four teams have come back to win when trailing 3-0 in a series: Toronto in 1942, the
Senators Coach Dave Cameron moved Hoffman from the fourth line to the second unit with
It was the fourth straight game the Senators scored first, but this time, the Canadiens didn't answer.
Anderson, who made 47 saves in his series debut in Game 3, was strong again for the Senators. He sprawled to force