It’s been almost three years since the Caps traded Filip Forsberg for Michael Latta and some other dipshit that I don’t even want to mention right now. The Capitals are the best team in the league and Evgeny Kuznetsov is one the most promising young players in the game. Yet, dammit. Imagine if they had Forsberg too.
Forsberg didn’t leave much to the imagination as in the second period he scored a video game goal on the Caps PK. Dude skated around the whole Caps team and snapped a shot past Braden Holtby’s glove like he was a beer league goalie.
That is unreal.
And I’m fine. Nope. Not a big deal. I’m cool. It’s been three years. Whatevs.
[looks at this stat]
Filip Forsberg has 34 points in the NHL this season.
Martin Erat has 22 points in the KHL this season.
— Dimitri Filipovic (@DimFilipovic) February 10, 2016
[begins melting inside]
— Andy Tongren (@andytongren) February 10, 2016
— steve patrick (@thestevepatrick) February 10, 2016
Update: Forsberg scored again in the third period. This time it came on a deflection in front of the net.
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