Capitals Take Senators in Overtime

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WASHINGTON, DC – October 11, 2010: Washington Capitals defensemen John Carlson (#74) and John Erskine (#4) check Ottawa Senators forward Nick Foligno (#71) during their NHL ice hockey game at Verizon Center.

The Washington Capitals beat the Ottawa Senators in last night 3-2 on an Alex Ovechkin goal with 32 seconds remaining in overtime.  The game was pretty lackluster, but it’s nice to see Eric Fehr driving to the net on almost every shift.  You can read the regular game recaps at Japer’s Rink, Russian Machine Never Breaks, On Frozen Blog and all the others, so I won’t bore you with that stuff here.  Just my photos to look at, either here or on flickr.

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