The Washington Capitals came up just short against the Vegas Golden Knights on Tuesday, falling in overtime 3-2. The Caps fought hard enough to earn a point in the standings in the back half of a back-to-back.
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Ovechkin is two points shy of passing Adam Oates and Sidney Crosby (1,420) for the 18th-most points in NHL history.
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