How to Watch Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals

Time: Monday, June 4 at 8 p.m. ET
Channel: NBC and NBCSN
Stream Online: Hulu with Live TV or fuboTV (Try for free)

The Washington Capitals outplayed the Vegas Golden Knights on Saturday night and walked away with their second win of the series. Captain Alex Ovechkin wasn’t as physical in Game 3, but he opened the scoring just over a minute into the second period with a diving shot into the open net. Kuznetsov was a game-time decision for Game 4 after being hurt in Game 3, and the Capitals were certainly happy to have him on the ice as he scored the game-winner and got an assist on Ovechkin’s goal earlier in the period. Holtby has been magnificent for the Capitals, as Marc-Andre Fleury has struggled for the Vegas Knights; his save percentage has been far lower in the series against Washington than he posted in the regular season, or any of the previous rounds in the playoffs.

You can catch Game 4 on Monday at 8 p.m. Eastern (5 p.m. Pacific). Pre-game coverage begins on NBCSN at 6 p.m. Eastern, with NBC broadcasting the game starting at 8 p.m. You can stream on mobile via the NBC Sports App with your cable login, or if you don’t have cable, you can stream the game via Hulu with Live TV or fuboTV.

Fleury and the Golden Knights are facing adversity for the first time in these playoffs, having lost two games in a row to the Capitals. The team will have to stay out of the penalty box, capitalize on the power play, and hope that Fleury can regain the composure he had in the previous rounds and regular season. They’ll be looking to even the series before heading back to Las Vegas for Game 5 on Thursday, while the Caps could be eyeing a Stanley Cup win on Thursday if they win the game at home tonight.

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