With a goal in the second period, Thomas Jefferson Oshie has tied the career-high in goals he set last season. But unlike last year, Oshie still has a lot more hockey to play. Dude’s gonna hit 30.
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) March 12, 2017
Marcus Johansson made it happen, fencing with Kings D Derek Forbort to get the puck in the front of the net. Oshie knocked it out of the air to beat Jonathan Quick and restore the Caps lead.
Oshie has scored six goals in the last nine games. With 26, he is one goal behind Alex Ovechkin for the team lead.
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