This hard fought series between the Washington Capitals and Carolina Hurricanes is going to need at least six games after the Canes won their second in a row on home ice by a score of 2-1. The Caps are left still looking for answers to a young, tenacious bunch that is giving them fits in all three zones.
The Caps out-shot the Canes 31 to 24.
Alex Ovechkin opens the scoring for the Caps and ties the game 1-1. That's Ovechkin's second goal of the playoffs and 63rd playoff goal of his career, tying Evgeni Malkin for the 26th most playoff goals in NHL history.
— CapitalsPR (@CapitalsPR) April 19, 2019
Numbers thanks to Hockey-reference.com and NaturalStatTrick.com.
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