The Washington Capitals struggled to generate offense in the first half of game four. Down 1-0 and nearing the second intermission, rookie sensation Andre Burakovsky got that killer instinct and scored his first NHL postseason goal.
Chris Kreider had the puck to start the play, but Burakovsky threatened him. Burra won the battle and cut to the center of the ice. One gorgeous release later and… tie game!
Burakovsky jumped into the boards just like Ovi, but he did not smile. Not at all.
He’s almost certainly a hockey robot, sent through time from the future to stop judgement day.
At least he got mobbed at the bench.
— MonumentalSportsNet (@MonSportsNet) May 7, 2015
— Ian Oland (@ianoland) May 7, 2015
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