But the Capitals and their fans are not happy at all about a controversial call in the third period that took back what looked like was a game-tying goal for Washington. Jones has single-handedly earned San Jose a Game 7 at home.
The third period only got worse, as the Capitals scored three goals, from Tom Wilson, Nic Dowd, and Ovechkin. We'll give you a list when we get back.
"We've been here before, we've done it before", forward Devante Smith-Pelly said.
Oshie was a key contributor throughout the Capitals' Stanley Cup run last spring, recording eight goals and 21 points in 24 contests.
It was this weird binge-drinking manoeuvre that Oshie made rather famous during the Capitals' weeks-long Stanley Cup celebration last summer. Goaltender Braden Holtby held up his end, stopping all of Carolina's shots in Game 5.
The Capitals had control early on with Brett Connolly scoring five minutes into the game, picking up the puck along the boards behind the net and skating around untouched to go top shelf on Petr Mrazek. "This was a big part of our success past year, that we needed to invest and force the opposition to play a hard game and eventually if you do it for long enough and you believe in the rest of your systems enough you will break them".
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It said protests would continue, with demonstrations in 33 countries around the world scheduled over the coming days. Police ordered them to restrict their protest to Marble Arch after causing widespread disruption on Monday .
"Yeah, I saw the puck", Ovechkin said.
It seemed "clear" to the Capitals' captain. "He didn't gain control, he didn't see it".
Washington lost that night, too, so when the team returned to the Hurricanes' barn with a 3-2 series lead before Game 6, Coach Todd Reirden blew the whistle at 11:35 a.m. for the start of morning skate with no hot lap preceding it.
He is also a big reason why you have to like their chances of winning just one more game against the Carolina Hurricanes in this series.
"In a first round that has included three series upsets and two division champions already knocked out, the Metropolitan Division champions smell blood, and the Central Division champions just want to stay in the playoffs a few more days". They advanced in their first opportunity to do so in all four series previous year on the way to the first championship in franchise history and have developed something of a killer instinct.