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With new linemate Mikhail Grabovski, Capitals right wing Troy Brouwer is trying to regain the scoring touch he established last season alongside Mike Ribeiro.
Mikhail Grabovski and Eric Fehr teamed up for the Capitals' two regulation goals and in the shootout to help Washington beat Montreal 3-2 (SO) on Friday night.
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Instant analysis of the Capitals' 3-2 win (SO) over the Montreal Canadiens on Friday night at Verizon Center.
Braden Holtby did not expect to play Friday against the streaking Montreal Canadiens. But when scheduled starter Michal Neuvirth was injured in warmups, Holtby was not only the next man up, he was the only man up. With video coach Brett Leonhardt hastily signed to back him up, Holtby made 35 saves plus two more in a shootout to carry the Washington Capitals to a 3-2 victory.
Since teams started focusing on Ovechkin, the Capitals have just two power play goals in seven games. What's the fix?
Maple Leafs goalie James Reimer made 49 saves and Joffrey Lupul scored the winner in the shootout to lift Toronto to a 2-1 win over the Washington Capitals.
Alex Ovechkin continued his torrid scoring pace and the Caps fired a season-high 50 shots, but still came away with just one point.
Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby prides himself in bouncing back from losses. He'll get that chance tonight in Toronto.