The Capitals are back on the road for Game Six against the Carolina Hurricanes. The Caps are up in the series 3-2 and have the chance to close it out tonight. The boys need to stay focused, beat that gosh dang goalie (who had 48 out of 49 saves in Games Three and Four), and basically play exactly like they did on Saturday night. That was magic.
Puck drop is at 7 PM and you can stream the game using the My Teams app. Peter will have the usual perfect recap for you after the game.
From the regular season:
|Shot Attempt %||49.0%||54.8%|
|Power Play||20.8% (12th)||17.8% (20th)|
|Penalty Kill||78.9% (24th)||81.6% (8th)|
Ovechkin – Backstrom – Wilson
Vrana – Kuznetsov – Hagelin
Burakovsky – Eller – Connolly
Stephenson – Dowd – DSP
Siegenthaler – Carlson
Orlov – Niskanen
Orpik – Jensen
If you watched the Maple Leafs and Bruins game, you most definitely noticed the kid that stood up during the broadcast and blocked the screen. Following the game was tricky. But, the good news is that he is now a meme. Thank god.
not a cell phone in sight. just ppl living in the moment pic.twitter.com/TzKbsPzaq5
— Conor Ryan (@ConorRyan_93) April 22, 2019
No cellphone in sight. Do you believe in miracles?! pic.twitter.com/tbnYgBFc9G
— ➖ (@iamSlob) April 22, 2019
Beautiful… just people soaking it all in like the pioneers pic.twitter.com/2fgh8828zX
— Chet (@colinfaherty) April 22, 2019
Happy Earth Day. Pick up your trash, work on recycling more, do your dang part.
— Max Lopez (@saruhatai) April 22, 2019
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