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Topic - Riley Barber
With three goals from Jeff Skinner, including the game-winner in overtime, Carolina powers past the Caps.
Riley Barber, Connor Carrick and Thomas DiPauli led the Americans to two straight wins to start the World Junior Championships.
The Capitals and Rangers are back in action after three days off for the Christmas holiday. 'I'm begging we don't get hurt,' Caps coach Adam Oates said. Watch Capitals Central at 6:30 p.m. on CSN!
Three Americans and two Swedes are among the Caps prospects bidding for spots in the World Junior Championships.
In the interview room at Consol Energy Center on Day 2 of the NHL draft last month, Thomas Di Pauli and Austin Wuthrich shared a hug and brief congratulations. Taken seven picks apart, it was fitting that the teammates with the U.S. National Team Development Program got to see each other in matching Washington Capitals jerseys.