Ovechkin raises Capitals after flyers in OT


Washington – Alex Ovechkin Scored at 1:04 of overtime, the Washington Capitals handed the Philadelphia Flyers their eighth straight defeat with a 3-2 win at Capital One Arena on Wednesday.


Ovechkin scored on a temporary one from the left front circle from a pass from Dylan Strom.

“A great pass, obviously,” said Ovechkin. “I just have to hit the net.”

Video: PHI @ WSH: Ovechkin fired into a pass for an extra win

Marcus Johansson And the Sony Milano Scored for the Capitals (8-10-3), who lost four straight goals (0-3-1). Ovechkin got help, and TJ O’Shea He had two assists in his comeback after missing 11 games with a lower body injury.

Darcy Comber He made 21 saves for Washington, who trailed 2-1 in the third period.

“It just didn’t go our way and we have to start looking somewhere,” Capitals coach Peter Laviolette said. “It was a daring win, just sticking with it. It was one of those games where you never seem to find that next match. You push, you push, and I thought the guys had caught it.”

Morgan Frost And the Patrick Brown Scored for players (7-8-5), who go 0-5-3 while sliding. Felix Sandstrom Made 29 exports.

“It’s definitely frustrating,” Frost said. “We have to learn how to finish the game. It’s obviously huge. We thought we played a very strong game and then give it up at the end. So, it’s tough.”

Milan tied it 2-2 at the left post with 2:58 left in the third when he converted a pass through the hole from Evgeny Kuznetsov In a hurry.

“Saw ‘Kuzy had a lot of space and I just tried to match his speed,” said Milano. “I got to the back door, he threw it at that spot, and he came in.”

Video: PHI @ WSH: Milano deflects a pass to lead the match

Philadelphia coach John Tortorella said, “The frustrating part for me is the second goal. It’s a cover that we’ve done over and over and we just don’t do it right. It cost us the second goal.”

Frost gave the Flyers a 1–0 lead at 5:27 of the first period when his wrist shot on a rush ricocheted off Kuemper’s block, over the goaltender and into the net.

Johansson’s power play goal was overturned at 10:43 after a challenge to the coach by the Flyers when it was ruled that Johansson had hit the ball into the net.

Johansson tied it 1-1 at 11:05 during the same power play. Ovechkin shot a rebound between Sandström’s pads and deflected off Johansson’s stick on its way into the net.

“It was kind of a mess out there on the first PK,” Sandstrom said. “I was a little too aggressive, so I just slipped out from under my pillow. It’s a tough game, but I think it pulled me into the game and it got better and better.”

The Browns gave Philadelphia a 2-1 lead at 14:33 of the second period when Ivan ProvorovA backhand spinning shot from the bottom right circle deflected off Brown’s skate.

Notes: Ovechkin’s 164th goaltender scored, tying Mark Messier for third in NHL history behind Jaromir Jagr (178) and Patrick Marlowe (177). With 790 goals, he is the 11th most tied with Gordie Howe for second on the NHL list. … Flyers have been 0-for-4 on power play and 2-for-26 (7.7 percent) over the past eight games. … Philadelphia forward Kevin Hayes His season-high six-point streak had come to an end.

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