Friday night, the Washington Capitals continued their home stand with a soiree involving their former bench boss Bruce Boudreau and his Minnesota Wild team. This was the final game of the season that the Caps will play against a Western Conference team…unless we get another Cup Final.
Jordan Greenway opened scoring for the Wild during a sleepy first period. Brett Connolly deflected home a Nick Jensen drive to tie the game at one. Luke Kunin restored the Wild lead in the third.
Wild beat Caps 2-1.
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The Caps finish up their season series with the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday afternoon and then the Caps have a home and home set with the surging (lol) Carolina Hurricanes.
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