"When the Capitals are playing that way, that's our best hockey," Wilson said. "When you're hitting guys, it means that you're in on the forecheck and you're playing hard. We're not looking to change. We're looking to play Game 4 exactly the way we played Game 3 — hard and intense."
Wilson, who ranked third among all players with 163 penalty minutes and 44 minor penalties during the regular season, has said on several occasions that he tries to exercise caution when hitting players, even when the outcome leads to penalties.