This is it. This is the final stretch of the regular– sorry, #rego– season. From here until the 11th, the Caps will face a gauntlet of tough teams, all of whom are in the playoff race. We begin tonight with the Montreal Canadiens. If the playoff started today, two things would be true:
(Also you’d be Australian, I guess.)
A ton of stuff can and will change between now and the final game of the season, especially if you look at the Metro standings, but I like the way it all looks. Puck drops at 7:30 PM on CSN.
|Team||Record||Possession||PDO||Power Play||Penalty Kill|
No changes. Never any changes, from Prewitt.
Ovechkin — Kuznetsov — Ward
Johansson — Backstrom — Brouwer
Chimera — Fehr — Laich
Glencross — Latta — Wilson
Orpik – Carlson
Alzner – Niskanen
Green – Gleason
Is it just me or is it a bit strange when the NHL assigns 4 Quebec officials to work the Montreal game? http://t.co/DtUTRGxv0f
— Fedor Fedin (@Fedor_Fedin) April 2, 2015
Watch out DC, the Spirit is about to do a monument takeover. Keep an eye out for the team on the Mall this afternoon! #SpiritFamily
— Washington Spirit (@WashSpirit) April 2, 2015
Those are all playoff teams or playoff bubble teams. This thing won’t be decided until oxt Saturday afternoon.
All of a sudden, the Metro is tight. The Caps are one point behind the Islanders and the Penguins with the same number of regulation-overtime wins. Wow.
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