The Washington Capitals picked up two big points in the last game of their season-long homestand against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Friday night. A game with all sorts of action in both penalty boxes ended in a 5-1 stomping by the Caps.
I should have Bailamos’d in that recap, right? Darn.
John Carlson recorded the primary assist on Milano's goal, marking his 600th career point. With the assist, Carlson also passes Michal Pivonka (599) for the fifth-most points in franchise history. pic.twitter.com/81TSQUp7kD
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