Las Vegas Golden Knights vs. Montreal Canadiens

Remarkably, it has come to this. The Vegas Golden Knights will likely look to Robin Lehner in the goal after Marc-Andre Fleury’s blunder cost Vegas Game 3, and now Vegas is dragging the Series 2-1 and could fall behind 3-1 if Robin Lehner is a little rusty.

Great drama in the north.

Below take a look at Game 4 of this Stanley Cup Playoff Round 3 game from a betting perspective in our Montreal vs Golden Knights betting preview with odds, picks and predictions.

Montreal coach Dominique Ducharme is in quarantine because he tested positive for COVID-19, despite having received a second vaccine. However, Ducharme had not yet reached his 14 day period from his second dose.

The latest news from Montreal on Sunday also quarantined Vegas general manager Kelly McCrimmon after he too tested positive.

Montreal versus Vegas; NHL betting picks (June 20, 2021)

Vegas bombarded Montreal in the series, including a 42-20 advantage in Game 3, but Montreal goalie Carey Price was a wall. Price stopped 106 of 114 shots (0.925%) and gave his team time to breathe when Vegas is on the attack.

If you think Montreal and Price can hold up, there’s a lot of good chance for Montreal.

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Vegas bombed Montreal in the first period of Game 3. The shot clock was 17-3. However, Vegas couldn’t beat Price. In fact, the Vegas top six was freezing on the scoresheet.

Max Pacioretty, Jonathan Marchessault, Mark Stone and Alex Tuch are scoreless in the first three games, and each only have one assist.

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NHL betting predictions (June 20, 2021)

Back to the wall, Vegas can’t fold now, can it? We love a big win in Vegas, and we don’t shy away from the +1.5 bet either. This game is a nail breaker or a Vegas blowout. If Vegas gets the two-goal win, it pays +150.

Or, if you think Lehner will be rusty or punctured, Montreal pays +185.

There’s no money to be made on the Moneyline with Vegas, so we’re going to take the 1.5 and cheer for the goals.

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Mark Stone is +180 away to score a goal. So you have to fall, right?

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