Jonas Siegenthaler scored in the Washington Capitals’ 6-3 blowout of the New Jersey Devils, Friday. The goal was the Swiss defenseman’s second of his NHL career.
The most excited person in the arena, however, was not Siegenthaler. It was early Norris Trophy favorite, John Carlson, who began goofily laughing at the Capitals bench.
As Siegenthaler skated over to give his teammates customary glove taps, Carlson raised both of his gloves high into the air demanding a double high five.
John Carlson was very excited about Jonas Siegenthaler's goal pic.twitter.com/WMM7LyB3o5
— Ian Oland (@ianoland) December 21, 2019
What a teammate.
Carlson quietly had another multi-point night (1g, 1a), giving him 47 points in 36 games (13g, 34a).
— Washington ☃️ Capitals (@Capitals) December 21, 2019
Headline photo: NBC Sports Washington
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