The Washington Capitals won their eighth-straight game Friday night. Not only did the 6-0 victory vault Braden Holtby to the top of the shutouts leaderboard, it also pushed the Caps to first place in the Metropolitan Divsion and the entire NHL.
Both as of 9:30pm EST.
At 11:05, the Columbus Blue Jackets, who are still riding high because of their 16-game winning streak earlier in the season, defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning 3-1 to reclaim the NHL’s standings point lead.
— ColumbusBlueJackets (@BlueJacketsNHL) January 14, 2017
But it was nice while it lasted, right?
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