The Washington Capitals played a real-life hockey game against the Carolina Hurricanes and it felt extremely weird…but also extremely right.
Things just made sense, even more, when Alex Ovechkin opened the scoring from his office. Vincent Trocheck, noted Caps killer, got some black magic luck to tie things for the Canes. Evgeny Kuznetsov finished off a beautiful passing play to restore the Caps lead. That dude again, Ovi slammed home a great feed from Tom Wilson to extended said lead.
Teuvo Teravainen drew the Canes back within one on a five-on-three advantage early in the third.
Caps beat Hurricanes 3-2!
— Ovie the Bulldog (@OvietheBulldog) July 29, 2020
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The next game actually matters and that is only somewhat terrifying. It comes against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday, August 3. Hold me.
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