Down two goals in period two of Game Four, stuff looked dire for your Washington Capitals.
Then the Caps briefly tied it up. Bring it, Kuzy. Show em, Schmidt.
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) May 4, 2017
It starts with the second line, who have been great. Justin Williams forces the turnover along the boards and laterals to Kuznetsov. High. Blocker.
His celebration is approximately the Kid’n’Play.
Then, and you knew this was coming, Nate Schmidt scored his first playoff goal. TJ Oshie’s shot rebounded to the faceoff circle, and Schmidt pounced. From one knee, Schmidt wrote the tale he’ll be telling for the rest of his life.
The Caps trail the Penguins 3-2 heading into the second intermission.
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