The Washington Capitals head into Game 4 Monday up 2-1 in the Stanley Cup Final against the Vegas Golden Knights and so far this series, they've received contributions from all of their lines.

In Game 3, for example, Devante Smith-Pelly put the game out of reach with a goal in the 3rd period.  The goal was his 5th of the playoffs and first of the Cup Final.

The Caps are hoping Smith-Pelly will be able to contribute on the scoresheet again in Game 4, but the bigger concern is health heading into the game as he took a puck to the face at practice Monday morning.

Andre Burakovsky was the player who hit Smith-Pelly in the face, but thankfully he was fine and returned to practice shortly after getting hit.

Seeing as the Capitals are heading to Vegas for Game 5, a dinner could be more than enough depending on where Smith-Pelly wants to go to eat.

Before he gets his dinner, though, he and the Caps will try to get a win to move one win away from the Stanley Cup for the first time in franchise history.

(H/T: Tom Gulitti)