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NHL Predictions: Will the Capitals close out the Maple Leafs? 4/23/17

NHL Predictions: Will the Capitals close out the Maple Leafs? 4/23/17

Experience, or lack thereof, never much mattered in this series, though. The Washington Capitals beat the Maple Leafs 2-1 on Sunday to capture the best-of-seven Eastern Conference quarter-final series in six games. "They grow - our young guys are good".

"They knew I was coming from a very honest part and come from a great family and great support staff around me".

Washington's golden opportunity came midway through the period, when the broke in on a two-on-one, a diving Morgan Rielly managed to break in up only for the loose puck to fall to game six hero Justin Williams alone in front with Andersen down on his stomach.

It sounds like Korn had Holtby concentrate on getting back to basics after the first four games, refocusing on what he did during the regular season, when he helped lead the Capitals to 118 points and their second consecutive Presidents' Trophy. They cracked Vezina Trophy finalist Braden Holtby, outshooting the Caps and scoring two fewer goals for the series. The 27-year-old Danish native was the Buds' defensive backbone and best penalty-killer, and the team's decision to sign him to a long-term contract before he played a single game as a Leaf is looking like one of the better decisions GM Lou Lamoriello has made in Toronto.

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Kadri wore his emotions on his sleeves in the six-game loss to the Capitals.

It was the fifth overtime game of the series, and the margin of victory in the game that ended in regulation was one goal.

Despite being an overwhelming underdog to win the series, Babcock's resilient squad stormed out to a 2-0 lead in game one before allowing the Capitals to score three unanswered goals to win the opening game in the series. It's wonderful, the support we have in this community and the way everyone gets behind this team. "I'm going to go to the world championships, there's a few players there we've identified that I want to see".

That's the opposite of last season's Cup run, when the Penguins used their speed and skill and hard work on the boards while insulating Murray, who had made his National Hockey League debut with only weeks left in the regular season. "We worked hard for it, we worked all year and all summer to get back into this position so we're all excited and we just can't wait to get started". If you can't-for example-bring in the right type of player like Brian Boyle, then you do nothing.

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That might explain why Marner has gone four games without a goal and had no points and no shots in Game 5.

The Capitals survived a scare when captain Alex Ovechkin left the game late in the first period with an apparent left leg injury, but he returned in the second. He doesn't give anyone any leeway, in terms if you're a superstar or a grinding player. "He's a great player and I have a lot of respect for what he does for the game of hockey". "From where we started this season to where we are now, we made a pretty big statement with our play". Franson is a former Maple Leaf who would slot into a depth pairing, while Kulikov is a smooth-skating defenseman who could use a change of scenery.

Toronto has seven rookies, including the trio of linemates Auston Matthews, Zach Hyman and William Nylander. That's what we're going to do. "At the same time, we know Pittsburgh is coming to town and it's going to be insane". The other game was a one-goal win by the Capitals, who take on the arch-rival Pittsburgh Penguins in the next round. These Leafs proved themselves through this tightest of series where the Capitals scored 18 goals to Toronto's 16 and the Leafs outshot Washington 213-212. The Penguins dispatched them in six games previous year, again after the Caps won the Presidents' Trophy. He tied the game with his first goal of the series in the third period and notched the victor on a rebound at 6:31 of overtime.

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