The Washington Capitals are still out west in a ridiculous time zone that should not exist. Alex Ovechkin is still seeking history and the Arizona Coyotes were looking to stop the Caps’ Pacific Division dominance.
Christian Dvorak opened scoring for the Coyotes as the Caps allow the first goal of the game in five straight. Carl Hagelin stashed home the tying marker in the second. Phil Kessel tipped one home in the high slot on a power play to restore the Yotes lead. Lawson Crouse empty netter.
Coyotes beat Caps 3-1.
refs are calling everything in this game 😳😂 pic.twitter.com/t1xbxIPlpP
— Joy (@joyfulone23) February 15, 2020
— DC Defenders (@XFLDefenders) February 15, 2020
— Ian Oland (@ianoland) February 16, 2020
Next up for the Caps is a date with the Golden Knights in an arena that all Caps fans are very fond of. Lets hope Ryan Reaves is playing because he isn’t good at hockey.
Headline photo: NBC Sports Washington
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