Tonight the Centennial Classic-winning Toronto Maple Leafs travel to Washington to take on the Presidents Trophy-winning Washington Capitals. The Maple Leafs have been on a bit of a hot streak, with five wins in-a-row after Sunday and they will hope to continue that after tonight. For the Capitals, not only will they be playing for their third win in-a-row, but hopefully the chance to pass some serious milestones for two key players. Nick Backstrom needs two more assists to reach a total of 500 in his career. Alex Ovechkin is six points away from career point number 1,000.
7:00pm game time on CSN, kiddos.
|Team||Record||Possession||PDO||Power Play||Penalty Kill|
|Toronto Maple Leafs||17-12-7||51.1%||100.5||19.6%||85.2%|
SOUND THE CHORN HORN, HE’S BACK.
Ovechkin – Backstrom– Oshie
Johansson – Kuznetsov – Williams
Connolly – Eller – Burakovsky
Winnik – Beagle – Wilson
Alzner – Carlson
Orlov – Niskanen
Orpik – Chorney
First, here’s your reminder that ref cam is best cam. This is Auston’s OT winning goal from this weekend.
The ref cam of Auston Matthews’ goal is incredible. Absolute rip. His 19th of the season. pic.twitter.com/oaDnHH3PG6
— Marina Molnar (@mkmolnar) January 1, 2017
— dom (@omgitsdomi) January 2, 2017
Tonight at the Verizon Center, Canadian Heritage Night is taking place. Other than hockey-related people and things, what are the greatest treasures Canada has given to us? Let’s discuss.
5. an EXTREMELY Canadian vine https://t.co/x7UxGCOt0T
— elyse (@ElyseBee) October 27, 2016
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