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The Capitals could have a few injuries heading into tonight's rematch against the Penguins in Pittsburgh.
Justin Abdelkader scored early in the second period and again in the final seconds while Jimmy Howard finished off a shutout that Jonas Gustavsson started for the Detroit Red Wings in a 2-0 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Monday night.
The Pittsburgh Penguins acknowledge they've been getting by more on talent than discipline recently even as they've soared to the top of the Eastern Conference standings.
Wednesday's setback in Pittsburgh was a crushing loss for the Caps and continued a trend that began in the opening game of the season against Chicago on Oct. 1. Washington can now point to five games where it led in the third period only to see its opponent storm back for the victory.
Instant analysis of the Capitals' crushing 4-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins Wednesday night at Consol Energy Center:
Capitals coach Adam Oates has decided to give Neuvirth his second start in four games when the Capitals visit the Penguins tonight at Consol Energy Center.
The Pittsburgh Penguins keep finding ways to win games at home. The Washington Capitals keep finding ways to lose them in general.
Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson isn't quite ready for the traditional season-ending handshake. Yet he knows if the Senators can't find a way to slow down slow down the Pittsburgh Penguins, it's coming soon.
Budding New York Islanders star John Tavares anticipated the open space he found so easily during the regular season to be whittled away by the Pittsburgh Penguins in their opening-round playoff series.