The Washington Capitals were in Montreal looking to closeout a four-game road swing with a winning record. You like goals? Well, I have the game for you.
Mike Reilly opened the scoring for the hometown Habs, but that lead was short-lived as goals by Brett Connolly and Alex Ovechkin put the Caps on top heading into the first intermission.
It went wild from there. The Habs got goals from Gallagher, Petry, and Agostino to give them a lead at the very start of the second. Nicklas Backstrom got one back later on and Ovechkin opened the third with a game tying strike from his office.
Lars Eller with that whole game winning goal thing he does a lot.
Caps beat Canadiens 5-4!
@russianmachine Our newest Caps fan-Walker! Her first game tonight! pic.twitter.com/K8TOmZ3NVv
— Fiona (@mydeargirl6) November 20, 2018
Our Taco Bell take is that 85% of their menu tastes exactly the same
— RMNB (@russianmachine) November 20, 2018
#JoeBSuitOfTheNight #CapsHabs Olive, olive everywhere! pic.twitter.com/c1zn15Z8T8
— Ian Oland (@ianoland) November 20, 2018
Caps are back in DC for the first time in awhile against the Blackhawks. Braden Holtby will man the net from the start of that one and it’s Tom Wilson’s first home game of the season.
Full RMNB Coverage of Caps at Canadiens
Headline photo: NBC Sports Washington
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