There you are, Ovi.
Alex Ovechkin has scored his first goal of the postseason. You’ll never guess how, unless you guess on the power play from the Ovi Spot, in which case, yeah, good guess, that was it.
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) April 16, 2018
With a man advantage while Cam Atkinson served time for goalie interference, the Caps went to work on the PP. TJ Oshie won the faceoff and got the puck to John Carlson. Fromt here, muscle memory took over. Carlson served Ovi, who drifted towards his favorite scoring spot.
The shot release was genius. Ian Cole tried to block it, but Ovi didn’t let him.
The goal gave the Caps an early 2-0 lead.
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