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MTA adds postgame trains for Capitals' Stanley Cup Final games in Washington

MTA adds postgame trains for Capitals' Stanley Cup Final games in Washington”

Washington lost its first two games to open the post-season at home to the Columbus Blue Jackets before winning four straight.

Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby made an incredible save Wednesday night, robbing Golden Knights forward Alex Tuch in the third period to lift Washington to a 3-2 win in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final.

The Washington Capitals trail Vegas 1-0 but are used to playing from behind. Two nights later, Vegas retaliated not by going after Wilson, but rather Washington's leading scorer. He's as essential as they come.

Vegas, which was a 5oo-to-1 shot for some hopeful bettors, won the series opener against Washington on Monday, but the Capitals won 3-2 on Wednesday to even the series. "They evened it up from the last game". Even teammate Alex Ovechkin had to breathe a huge sigh of relief as this game was all but tied. "But those guys play extra minutes, extra shifts, and whatever it takes". Instead, Holtby made the save to keep the Capitals up 3-2 for the eventual win.

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"Right now, we're just one moment at a time, just trying to enjoy the ride, take in the views and be our best selves".

"Those are the only two bets I made", he said.

Eller has done this before, of course.

In order to do so, they are advised to get that trap that worked so well over the first three games back in order.

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The Capitals joined the National Hockey League in 1974 and have only advanced to the Stanley Cup finals once and lost 20 years ago. "Once he made that save, I knew we were going to win the game". Oshie. "It'll be a big loss, but as you saw in the Pittsburgh series when Nick went down, sometimes that kind of energizes some other guys to get in there and be able to make some plays". Kovalchuk could potentially serve as the most entertaining linemate we've ever seen for Tavares, with all apologies to Kyle Okposo, Josh Bailey, and Anders Lee. Melrose said this year's Capitals' team may not be the most impressive Washington's fielded on paper, but it's come together more effectively. Asked if he thinks Kuznetsov will participate, Trotz said he doesn't know. "It's hard to play (against him) when he's on top of his game and when he feels the puck". "But your bench rallies around it". Trotz indicated that losing Kuznetsov could be a pivot point in the series - oddly, in the Capitals' favor, despite his importance to the lineup. Looking at reporters, he then drew laughter when he said, "That's smooth, real smooth" to perfectly mimic the Patrick Kane-Duncan Keith commercial that's been running ad nauseum on NBC during the playoffs. Melrose in particular is interesting, as he rejoined NHL Network this season (he previously worked there from 2011-2015) while retaining his ESPN role. You get an all-in mentality.

"It looks bad on paper, but this year I think is one of those years where I've learned more and soaked in more knowledge than previous years". "He's thinking of us as part of a family, as part of the experience".

Thanks to rising desert temperatures, the Stanley Cup Final in Vegas is on thin ice, literally. But they've been in this spot before.

"This group has learned so much". They've gotten so resilient.

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After surrendering six goals in a game one defeat, Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby responded with a brilliant 37-save performance and produced his dazzling best in a scoreless third period, which included a stunning save to deny Alex Tuch.



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