Not yet. Caps in six.
The New York Rangers have forced game six with some late-game drama. Caps in six.
No one scored in the first. No one scored in the second. No one scored until nine minutes left in the third, when Matt Niskanen set Curtis freaking Glencross loose in the offensive zone to score all alone. With 101 seconds left in #rego, goalie-hurter Chris Kreider converted on the rush to force overtime. Your playoff hero wore blue. It was Ryan McDonagh.
Rangers beat Caps 2-1 in overtime. The Caps lead the series 3-2. Caps in six.
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We’ll be alright. The Caps are coming home, where victory is sweeter and no one wanted to watch Game of Thrones anyway. They’ll get a better 5v5 game going, and Braden Holtby will continue playing world-class hockey and Alex Ovechkin will reassert his dominance by peeing on your comforter while you’re at Whole Foods.
Caps in six.
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