Good morning, hockey fans. If you stayed awake into the wee hours of Friday, you got to watch a fast-paced, evenly matched game between two good teams. It would have been even nicer if the Caps had won. Or if you didn’t have work in like 5 hours.
Daniel Winnik started the scoring with a nifty assist by Beagle, but Thornton struck back not long after. The second period saw goals by Pavelski and Connolly, but a pair of power-play goals by Couture before and after the second intermission gave the Sharks enough margin for the win.
Sharks beat Caps 4-2. The Caps never win in San Jose. It is written.
Good lord, Shatty pic.twitter.com/BEwpg6hj3w
— Ian Oland (@ianoland) March 10, 2017
Joe B suit of the night
Shout out to RMNBers in California, Scotland, Lebanon, Argentina and Brazil — staying up late or getting up early to hang out with us tonight.
According to #RMNBAfterDark tradition, I leave you with a selection of pets who fell asleep while we stayed up.
— Stanley Cup Final Corinne 🦅 (@corinne_jess) March 10, 2017
— Nick Mercadante (@NMercad) March 10, 2017
— Cole Brackna (@BoleCrackna) March 10, 2017
— Good Tweet Pete 🌮 (@peterhassett) March 10, 2017
Sleep tight, friends.
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