The still walking wounded Capitals had the pleasure of hosting the Vancouver Canucks for the first time since that crazy comeback victory from earlier in the season. This time did not go so well for the good guys, as they fell 2-1 in a lengthy shootout to Jacob Markstrom and the Nucks.
Wilson's 94 hits this season rank second in the NHL. With his nine goals this season, he is one of two players in the NHL that has recorded at least 60 hits and nine goals (Alex Ovechkin: 65 hits, 15 goals). https://t.co/sX8EQFhETj
— CapitalsPR (@CapitalsPR) November 23, 2019
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