“It happened very quick,” Neuvirth said. “They won the faceoff and he just hit it. I’m not even really sure. I need to see the video.”
Playing without Jason Spezza because of an undisclosed upper body injury, the Senators struggled and the Capitals owned the first period.
Washington then made it 2-0 as Hendricks tipped Jay Beagle’s shot home.
The Senators continued to struggle in the second and seemed incapable of breaking through the Capitals‘ forecheck as Washington pinned the home side in its own end for nearly two minutes, leading to a chorus of boos from the 19,267 on hand at Scotiabank Place.
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