This kid is all of us.
After a long layoff, the Caps returned to action for a win over the Vancouver Canucks that was never really in doubt. The new young guns of Washington made sure of that.
The first period was quiet, but Evgeny Kuznetsov and Dmitry Orlov combined to score after a power play expired in the second. Known goal-scorer Karl Alzner dug the two-goal hole with a knuckler that beat a distracted but still lusciously haired Ryan Miller.
Tom Wilson scored in the third, thanks to terrific work along the boards by Burakovsky and Kuznetsov. Holtby lost the shutout to a Vrbata goal halfway through the third, but Evgeny Kuznetsov got the last laugh with a last second goal.
Caps beat Canucks 4-1!
Okay let’s do the suit.
Joe B suit of the — shoot, wait
Joe B suit of– nope, that ain’t it either
There you are, you handsome devils
Another great game. I don’t know how to deal with this. I’m not used to being this happy with my hockey team. I’m gonna turn on the GOP debate. That’ll fix the happiness thing real quick.
The Capitals are constitutionally unable to lose, just as the founding fathers intended. They’re a strict constructionist hockey team.
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