Who let the dog out?
Washington Capitals Jay Beagle (83) celebrates his goal with teammates Tyler Sloan (89), John Carlson (74) and Andrew Gordon (63) during NHL second period hockey action against the Ottawa Senators in Ottawa Monday Nov. 23, 2009.
Beagle scores third and his first in the NHL. Caps 3, Sens 1 after two periods.
Mike Fisher scores in OT, Caps 3, Sens 4.
JapersRink: Good for Mike Fisher, though. Dude could use some luck in his life.
Ovi speaks after the game. (Definitely 6'7" most interesting man is filming. :-)
“We stopped playing,” Ovechkin said. “You could see in the first two periods, we got the puck deep and took the pressure to their D and they gave us the puck and we scored goals. In the third period, we stopped doing it and you see the results.”
1 assist, 1 penalty, total ice time 21:56, 3 shots, 3 attempts blocked, 4 missed, 2 hits, 2 giveaways, 1 takeaway
So far it has been the best game for Ovie since his return from injury. He didn't score, but he had a lot of chances. He was putting himself in situations where he normally scores. So his 'A' game is coming, he is getting better.
OTTAWA, ON - NOVEMBER 23: Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals takes a roughing penalty for this high hit on Chris Campoli #14 of the Ottawa Senators in a game at Scotiabank Place on November 23, 2009 in Ottawa, Canada. (Photo by Phillip MacCallum/Getty Images)
The penalty on Ovi was a joke, roughing? Did he elbow the guy? No. Unfortunately Sens scored. One refs mistake and the game was taken away from Caps.