Every Capitals' Goal From Game 6

Every Capitals' Goal From Game 6

We talk about win first game and then going to Pittsburgh and win another game.

"At the end of the day they're a different team", said Adam Oates, who coached the Capitals' 5-0 Game 7 loss in 2012. Pittsburgh finished with just 18 shots on goal, tying its season low.

Ovechkin, the captain, and Backstrom, his longtime running mate, are the only two members of that group from 2009 who will take the ice Wednesday night for their second Game 7 against Crosby and the Penguins, albeit eight years apart. Despite all their skill, Washington is terrible when it comes to 4-on-4 play. These were the highlights of Crosby's game until he picked up an assist on Jake Guentzel's goal with less than four minutes left to snap Braden Holtby's shutout. Heading into Game 7, now would be a good time for Lars Eller and Jay Beagle to pick up their first goal. "We're having fun now", said Capitals coach Barry Trotz. The Penguins forward leads all scorers with 18 points and when Crosby went down with an injury in Game 3 nearly singlehandedly carried the Penguins to victory. The fun part has been the obstacle.”. It's just changed, the culture has changed over the course of time.

But Burakovsky, the Capitals streakiest scorer, finally found the back of the net against Fleury in Game 5, and he injected speed into Washingtons top line.

Yup, Game 6 was ugly and this is shaping up to be a worst case scenario but not all hope should be lost.

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"The Penguins always seemed to get the bounce", Peters said. "That third period in Game 5, I think, kind of freed us up a little, and we've been getting momentum and confidence from that to play our game and to trust our ability". “You have to finish your checks, and obviously, it worked out today. "Do I think when the National Hockey League reviews this they are going to revise and improve their policy?"

That created a two-on-one with Burakovsky and Oshie, and Burakovsky kept it for himself, wedging the puck between Fleury. It was the second time in the series Ottawa tied the score in the closing minutes at home before winning in the extra period. After somewhat mysteriously taking Guentzel off Sidney Crosby's line and also reuniting the HBK line for Game 6, head coach Mike Sullivan altered his lines again in practice Tuesday morning; highlighted by Guentzel again playing alongside Crosby, while Evgeni Malkin was centered between Chris Kunitz and Phil Kessel on the second line. Just try to stay awake for a few hours and you should be fine, was usually the treatment. "I don't think we've given ourselves the opportunity to establish the type of game we want to play". That prompted boos from the crowd, and when Pittsburgh was able to get a sixth shot on goal, a Bronx cheer followed. It feels all too familiar; finding ways to win early and then like a flipped switch, nothing works and the Penguins can't buy a goal or event a shot on goal. The difference in this game was that the Capitals hadnt made any mistakes for Pittsburgh to use in a counterattack. "We've grown through our past a little bit". “Weve capitalized on some of our scoring chances.

When Crosby was asked if he was evaluated following that play, the Penguins' star said, "Yeah, yeah ..." The 29-year-old has missed 115 games due to concussion-related issues. Washington heads into a deciding seventh game for the 10th time in 15 playoff series since the Alex Ovechkin/Nicklas Backstrom began with the 2008 Stanley Cup playoffs.

They do, and after all the great work they've done to force a Game 7, the Caps must now win one more game to ensure the last two wins weren't all for naught. The owners are getting better at covering themselves against medical lawsuits and they will continue to point out that players can make their own decisions when it comes to their health. It's safe to say those bounces favoured the Caps in Game 6 and ended up behind Marc-Andre Fleury.

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