Tom Wilson showed how hard his fists could be in the first period. In the second, Willy Baby showed his hands could be soft too.
After racing to a turnover in the Habs offensive zone, Wilson flung a pass behind his body to a trailing Jay Beagle. Beags skated to a better shooting angle before fling a wrist shot past Habs goaltender Mike Condon. Craig Laughlin called the goal, Jay Beagle’s “best shot of his career.”
On the snipe, Jason Chimera received a secondary assist. The point, his 19th of the season, matched his point total from last year.
With his assist on Beagle's goal, Chimera has – in just 34 games – matched his point total (19) from 77 games in '14-15. #CapsHabs
— Mike Vogel (@VogsCaps) December 27, 2015
— RMNB (@russianmachine) December 27, 2015
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