The Washington Capitals have struggled to generate offense in Game Two. But late in the third period, they hit the back of the net thanks to their lethal power play.
Marcus Johansson scored his second goal of the postseason after some great work in front of the net.
As John Carlson ripped a shot from the point, the puck fell right in front to Johansson, who deposited the puck.
Mojo pumped his fists and yelled “YESH.” Verizon Center went wild.
John Carlson was also very happy.
Here's John Carlson infinitely jumping into the group hockey hug pic.twitter.com/KyFUhArNkm
— Ian Oland (@ianoland) May 1, 2016
The game’s tied 1-1.
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