There we go! The Washington Capitals scored in the first minute of Game Two. Who did it? You know who did it.
It’s Alex Ovechkin, driving to the net on the second shift of the game, backhanding the puck to Semyon Varlamov’s short side to make it 1-0.
I love the angry celly.
Ovi's angry celebrations are best pic.twitter.com/hK00NVfJ9r
— Ian Oland (@ianoland) August 15, 2020
That’s Alex Ovechkin’s first goal of the playoffs, I guess. We’re not supposed to count the exhibition game or something. It’s his 66th playoff goal overall.
In his career, Alex Ovechkin has recorded 55 points (24g, 31a) in 52 career playoff games immediately following a playoff loss (excluding Round Robin games).
— CapitalsPR (@CapitalsPR) August 15, 2020
Anyway, good start.
— Wes Johnson (@WesJohnsonVoice) August 15, 2020
Screenshot courtesy of NBC Sports Washington
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