NEW YORK -- Martin St. Louis scored 6:02 into overtime to give the New York Rangers a 3-2 win over the Montreal Canadiens in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals Sunday at Madison Square Garden.

The Rangers now lead the best-of-seven series 3-1.

St. Louis' wrist-shot, his sixth goal of the playoffs, was assisted by forwards Carl Hagelin and Brad Richards. Hagelin and center Derick Brassard scored in regulation for the Rangers.

Montreal received goals from defensemen P.K. Subban and Francis Bouillon in regulation.

St. Louis, a left winger, scored his 39th career playoff goal to move the Rangers one game away from the Stanley Cup finals for the first time in 20 years.

The Canadiens were 1-of-8 on the power play, including one chance in the extra session. The Rangers failed to score on three man-advantage opportunities.

Sunday's game marked the second straight game in the series where the outcome was decided in overtime.

Montreal recorded a 3-2 overtime win in Game 3.

Game 5 is Tuesday in Montreal.

The Canadiens controlled play in the third period, outshooting the Rangers 8-6.

Montreal finally broke through on its power play receiving a goal from Subban two minutes into the third period. Subban had gone five games in the playoffs without a goal before his slap shot from the center blue line tied it at 2.

Montreal was 0-for-5 on the power play Sunday before Subban recorded his fifth goal of the playoffs.

The Rangers forged ahead 2-1 late in the second period.

New York goaltender Henrik Lundqvist, who made 27 saves in the game, sent a clearing pass around the boards to defenseman Dan Girardi, who threaded a two-line pass right on Brassard's stick. The Rangers forward blasted a slap shot from 20 feet out for his fifth goal of the playoffs at 19:04.

The Canadiens tied it at 1 on an even strength goal from Bouillon at 8:08 of the second period. He fired a snap shot over Lundqvist's left shoulder for his second goal of the post-season. Bouillon was making his first appearance for Montreal since Game 2 of the conference semifinals against Boston.

The Rangers took three penalties in the offensive zone in the first 9:28 of the game, killing off all of them, while scoring their first short-handed goal of the playoffs.

With forward Benoit Pouliot serving a high sticking penalty, Hagelin received a head-on pass from center Brian Boyle from inside the New York blue line. Hagelin skated in all alone on Canadiens goalie Dustin Tokarski and went to his backhand to record his team-leading sixth goal of the playoffs at 7:18.

NOTES: LW J.T. Miller replaced LW Daniel Carcillo on the Rangers fourth line after the latter was suspended 10 games for making contact with an official in Game 3. ... New York outscored its opponents 20-8 in the first period of the playoffs. ... Montreal went nearly eight minutes into the game before registering its first shot on goal. ... The Rangers are the second least penalized team in the playoffs, averaging 9.1 minutes a game before Game 4. They received 12 minutes in penalties in the first two periods in Game 4.