Alright, listen. There was a game and the Caps won, but all I really care about is that Nate Schmidt scored. I’m not gonna play it cool and dedicate just a single, solemn bullet to Nate’s goal because you will all know I’m being disingenuous.
So here, up front, is John Walton calling Nate Schmidt’s goal.
And up top is a photo of him being happy because that’s what he does. That’s what relentlessly positive Nate Schmidt does.
And here’s what I looked like after the goal.
Anyway, the Caps beat the Bruins. John Carlson also scored. Holtby got a shutout. Let’s talk about it.
Caps beat Bruins 2-0.
This was badly needed. This win restores a miserable home stand for Washington. It stifles the surging Bruins, who had won five in a row to catch and pass the Capitals in the standings. It comes despite a bunch of injuries and illnesses currently affecting the Caps. It puts a healing salve on having to pull Braden Holtby last game. It sets the tone for the final 12 games of this season.
And Nate scored!
Good game, good night.
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