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Vegas' Miller breaks nose late in Game 4 rout

Vegas' Miller breaks nose late in Game 4 rout

Getty Braden Holtby can slam the door on Vegas in Game 5.

The Washington Capitals, who joined the National Hockey League in 1974-75, are one victory away from their first Stanley Cup championship.

Ovechin won the Conn Smythe Trophy as MVP of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. With home-field advantage and the added hype that comes with a Panic! The Golden Knights won 51 - plus another 13 in the playoffs. Washington Capitals fans have been rocking the red in abundance during the Stanley Cup Finals, particularly in Montgomery County. Things are much reversed on the spread, where the Knights are +205 laying 1.5 goals while the Caps are +220 getting the goals. They allowed three or more goals a total of five times in the first three series combined. According to SportsInsights.com, 72 percent of all bets are on the over. He gave up six goals in Game 4 of this series.

It was the first championship for a professional DC-based team in 26 years. Anything else, and the Capitals will be raising the Cup tonight. Vegas is now down 3-1 in this best-of-seven series. They got a barn-burner of a finale befitting this thrilling series, with wild shifts of momentum before that freakish clock incident that didn't appear to affect the outcome. Washington has overcome a multitude of adversity to get to this point after trailing in every series they've played so far in this postseason, and now they're just one win away from history. "I can't imagine what's happening right now back in Washington".




Fellow Nats teammate Max Scherzer joined Zimmerman inside Capital One Arena for the big game. Vegas will push with everything they have and keep the game close, but the Capitals find a way like they have all postseason long to break through late and win it all.

With their club's first title within reach, a group of Capitals fans began to crowd around Washington's end of the rink two hours before game time and numbered into the hundreds, along with the usual Sin City showgirls along the glass, by the time the players hit the ice for warmup.

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