The Caps were in Vancouver tonight, and the game started yesterday. The boys dominated the entire night, largely thanks to their 5v5 play, providing the W to end the team’s two-game losing streak.
First came a tip-in from noted net-crasher Marcus Johansson. Second was top-six Tommy’s first of the season. Next came a goal from Denmark’s Jannik Hansen with 6 seconds left in the first period. Johansson then scored his second of the night on the power play after slamming home a TJ Oshie post shot. Bo Horvat tallied late in the second to make it 3-2. Oshie made it 4-2 late in the 3rd off a great feed from Andre Burakovsky. Karl Alzner got an empty netter, 5-2.
Caps beat Canucks 5-2. Everybody can go to sleep now.
This kid who is Alexander Ovechkin for Halloween is winning pic.twitter.com/DBHftSUKzk
— Brady Trettenero (@BradyTrett) October 30, 2016
Joe B suit of the night
The Caps dominated the Canucks. Lets do it again tomorrow night against the Flames. Braden’s in net in another late one.
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