The Washington Capitals went unbeaten in regulation for nine games to start the season but now have dropped two in a row in that fashion after a Thursday night loss to the New York Rangers by a score of 4-2. It was a boring, sloppy, stinker of a game.
The Caps outshot the Rangers 33 to 31 and out-attempted them at five-on-five 46 to 39.
Carl Hagelin scores his first goal of the season to cut New York's lead to 2-1. Hagelin's 55.9 goals for percentage (76 for, 60 against) at even strength over the last three seasons ranks tied for 48th among NHL forwards with at least 100 games played.
— CapitalsPR (@CapitalsPR) February 5, 2021
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