Throwing 50 shots on net proved to be an effective recipe for the Washington Capitals on Monday.Nic Dowd scored the video game winner as the Capitals snapped a two-game losing skid with a 3-2 triumph over the Oilers in Edmonton." We come in here and we talk about it every day, "Oilers defenceman Darnell Nurse said of his group's rough starts." We sit here after the video game, talk about it over and over and over ... We want to have excellent starts each and every night however, you know, we're sitting here and it's a part of our video game. Skinner was rock solid in the opening frame, particularly throughout a Washington power play where he made seven saves in one series, including a set of one-timers from Alex Ovechkin and a chance in tight for Oshie.Despite the slow start, the Oilers opened the scoring 1:44 into the second duration as Kulak released a blast from the point with traffic in front for his first of the season.Washington levelled the score just under 6 minutes later. Leon Draisaitl coughed the puck up in his own zone, providing Eller
a clear course to the net and he beat Skinner following a deke for his fourth of the campaign.Edmonton gained back the benefit with 4:35 to play in the middle frame when McDavid selected off a John Carlson pass and blazed up ice on a breakaway prior to beating Lindgren through his legs for a short-handed marker.McDavid's 22nd of the year pressed his goal streak to five video games.
Throwing 50 shots on net proved to be a successful dish for the Washington Capitals on Monday.Nic Dowd scored the video game winner as the Capitals snapped a two-game losing skid with a 3-2 victory over the Oilers in Edmonton. Washington outshot Edmonton by 20 in the win. "It was one of our best wins of the season," Capitals coach Peter Laviolette stated." I believed it was every person in there that played actually hard and came out properly in the very first duration and were doing the ideal things." We had gotten away from that for a couple of games.
I thought we did a good task tonight of trying to push it and control the video game. "Lars Eller and T.J. Oshie likewise scored for the Capitals( 11-12-4), who have gone 2-5-3 in their last 10 road video games. Charlie Lindgren made 28 saves.WATCH