Devante Smith Pelly has been a gamebreaker in the playoffs for the Capitals and he just scored another huge goal.
You have to see this.
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) June 8, 2018
After a wonderful keep at the blue line by Brooks Orpik, the defenseman chucked the puck on net from the point.
Marc Andre-Fleury made the initial save, but Smith-Pelly gathered in the rebound. Falling to the ice, DSP slid the puck past MAF for one of the biggest goals of his career.
Alex Ovechkin lost his mind on the Caps bench.
The goal was DSP’s seventh goal of the postseason. He had seven in all of the regular season.
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