(I know I should use a picture of Kuznetsov, but look at this smile. D’awww.)
slow quiet start, the Capitals played a terrific back half of hockey to down the Nashville Predators at home on Friday night.
The scoring was opened up by Filip Forsberg, and I won’t say another word about that because I can’t even deal with Ian right now.
In the second period: Evgeny Kuznetsov. Boom– there’s one for Winnik off a super slap pass. Ta-da– there’s one for Oshie off the Twister™ maneuver. Alakazam– there’s one for Burakovsky thanks to some hard work deep in the Preds zone. (Winnik also scored again in there somewhere, but I didn’t wanna break up the rhythm.)
Caps beat Perds 4-1!
Rod kept biscuits outside the basket, I snuck some biscuits in the basket & Locker ate the biscuits in the basket 😉 pic.twitter.com/YGK9QEhvxF
— Peter Bondra (@PeterBondra12) March 19, 2016
Joe B suit of the night
One-goal games are nonsense, and we ain’t got time for nonsense tonight.
See you guys on Sunday evening for a date against the Pens.
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