The Washington Capitals were back home Wednesday night for what feels like the first time in a month. Waiting for them were the Montreal Canadiens.
Nic Dowd went to the cage and got the good guys on the board first, John Carlson struck on a power play, Michael Sgarbossa got his first for the Caps on a weird deflection, and then Carlson decided to gift Jake Evans a late first period goal.
Cole Caufield got the luckiest bounce of all time to cut the lead to two. Tom Wilson buried a perfect feed from Alex Ovechkin. Dmitry Orlov banked one home to make it six. Lehkonen with a late breakaway.
Capitals beat Canadiens 6-3!
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Next up for the Caps is a weird 5 PM start time on Friday against the Florida Panthers who have still only lost twice in regulation this season.
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