Golden Knights defenceman Colin Miller breaks nose in Game 4

Watch as the Washington Capitals score their fifth goal of Game 4 after T.J. Oshie collides hard with Colin Miller.

Vegas Golden Knights defenceman Colin Miller broke his nose in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final, according to head coach Gerard Gallant.

The injury occurred in the third period seconds before the Washington Capitals scored to extend their lead to 5-2. Capitals forward T.J. Oshie hit Miller in the face while passing the puck to Nicklas Backstrom, who fed Michal Kempny for the goal.

You can watch the play at the top of this page.

Miller stayed in the game but later could be seen with bandages on his face to stop some bleeding. Gallant didn’t say if the injury will effect Miller’s availability for Game 5 on Thursday.

In 19 playoff games, Miller has three goals and six points with a plus-six rating and 12 penalty minutes.

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