The Washington Capitals were back on the ice less than 24 hours after taking down the Pittsburgh Penguins on the road Saturday. Could they sneak a win over a better rested Boston Bruins squad?
John Carlson opened the scoring in the second before two goals in quick succession from Curtis Lazar and Erik Haula gave the Bruins a mid-game lead. Tom Wilson jammed home a rebound to tie the game at two. Lars Eller threw the puck to the net and it took a wicked deflection to beat Linus Ullmark to give the Caps a third-period lead.
Alex Ovechkin empty netter! Love that.
Capitals beat Bruins 4-2!
IT’S HOCKEY O’CLOCK! #ALLCAPS #LETSGOCAPS .@OvietheBulldog used to let me sleep in for the early games… no longer! Need my breakfast & watch some hockey with Dad! Yesterday’s #VictoryCookies were exceptionally delicious!! So please get me & #CapsPets MOAR TREATS! pic.twitter.com/PjAOQf0OFr
— Saffy Bean (@SaffyBean) April 10, 2022
Hearing he sent every minor leaguer one lucky rock as well. https://t.co/JpNqRDNnR4
— RMNB (@rmnb) April 10, 2022
The Flyers are in town next on Tuesday. They are terrible and playing a bunch of dudes I have never heard of. The Caps should win.
Headline photo courtesy of @pennybacker/RMNB Crasher
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