Wednesday night, the Washington Capitals brought their walking wounded lineup into action against familiar foes in the New York Rangers. Another rendition of the handsome goalie battle was upon us.
Artemi Panarin opened the scoring early in the second period on a power play and extended the lead on another man advantage in the third. Pavel Buchnevich added a strike in the third as well. Evgeny Kuznetsov got the Caps on the board with a power play strike of his own. Brett Howden had the Rangers’ fourth.
Rangers beat Caps 4-1.
meet my sister annabelle im v protective of her so dont get any ideas you other dogs !!! pic.twitter.com/69DFUYCPxs
— Captain (@CapsPup) November 20, 2019
Us: 😑 pic.twitter.com/VtpnwPtiwT
— NBC Sports Capitals (@NBCSCapitals) November 21, 2019
No Joseph B tonight, so check this kid’s dope hair out.
killer kale, kid pic.twitter.com/a8BJYK93U8
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) November 21, 2019
We will see you next on Saturday for an afternoon test against Jay Beagle’s Vancouver Canucks.
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