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Marty St. Louis, you beauty.

For the second-straight game in the series, the Canadiens and Rangers needed overtime to decide a winner. In Game 3, the hero was 20-year-old Alex Galchenyuk just a minute into OT to get the Habs back in the series.

On Sunday night, it was New York's turn to pull off the game-winning magic, and it was none other than Martin St. Louis who got the job done.

Game over: The aftermath of St, Louis beating Dustin Tokarski in OT, leaving the Habs in a 3-1 series deficit (via montrealgazette.com)
St. Louis scored the winner 6:02 into overtime, skating in from the left face-off circle uncontested, lining up his shot, and ripping the lightning bolt over the shoulder of Dustin Tokarski.

The Rangers now find themselves one victory away from returning to the Stanley Cup finals for the first time since 1994, when they won it all over the Vancouver Canucks in seven games.

Conversely, Montreal is staring at elimination with Game 5 to come tomorrow back home at the Bell Centre.

Montreal Canadiens @ New York Rangers: 2 - 3, New York leads the series 3 - 1



Postgame celebration

Mark Burke 5/26/2014 02:07:00 PM Edit

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