The Capitals have scored on the power play in every game of their first-round series against the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Saturday during Game Five, TJ Oshie scored on a masterful deflection to give the Caps a lead going into the third period.
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) April 21, 2018
After John Carlson teed the puck up, Oshie somehow got his stick on the puck.
The biscuit eluded Sergei Bobrovsky.
The goal was Oshie’s third of his playoffs and his second in the last two games. Carlson now has eight points in five playoff games.
The Capitals gained the power play after a slashing penalty on Blue Jackets forward Josh Anderson.
Anderson led the Blue Jackets in goals, but his discipline has cost Columbus twice in the series.
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