What unusual sights last night.
Alex Ovechkin played only around 13 minutes for the victorious Washington Capitals, which represented a career-low for the star winger. In spite of of the limited time, AO potted the game winning goal for his team.
Meanwhile, in the Midwest, the Los Angeles Kings matched a season-high output with a five goal outburst against the usually defensively stout St. Louis Blues.
Then again, odd has kind of been the new normal this post-season.
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RDS - A. Savard aimerait que le CH le contacte
TSN - Canada's Subban to miss pre-tournament game with injury
ESPN - Jaroslav Halak out for entire series
La Presse - Une tour et un joueur dans leur splendeur
Sports Illustrated - Coyotes become aggressive, Predators defenseless in Game 2
TSN - McKenzie: Hunter not worried about Ovechkin's ice time
TSN - Cullen: Ovechkin sits then scores; Kings roll in St. Louis
USA Today - Kings take 2-0 series lead against Blues
USA Today - Ovechkin powers Capitals past Rangers in Game 2