Over the last decade, the Washington Capitals have put on a clinic on how to collapse in the postseason and, Sunday night in Game Two, they tied a record for home overtime futility.
According to ESPN, the Caps become just the sixth team in NHL history to lose in overtime of both Games One and Two of a best-of-seven series at home. That is sad.
The Capitals become just the 6th team in NHL history to lose in overtime of both Games 1 and 2 of a best-of-seven series at home
All 5 of the previous teams lost their respective series
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) April 16, 2018
But that last part is even sadder.
According to WNST’s ED Frankovic, the Capitals have lost five of their last six playoff games on home ice.
Caps have now lost 5 of their last 6 playoff games on home ice.
— Ed Frankovic (@EdFrankovic) April 16, 2018
Jay Beagle scored tonight. That was fun. The Capitals always win when Jay Beagle scores.
7-0 this season, and I have it at 41-1-5 lifetime. https://t.co/dpCih9rik9
— John Walton (@WaltonCaps) April 16, 2018
Full Coverage of Game Two
Headline photo: Rob Carr
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