Things Are Looking Up

Looking Up For Holtby and Alzner

The Washington Capitals won for the seventh straight time by defeating the Carolina Hurricanes by a score of 2-1 off goals by Alex Ovechkin and Matt Hendricks.  Even with a return to a low scoring one goal game, things are definitely looking up. For me, I had what will probably be my last seat up close for the season. I took a lot of photos. Way too many. After you check some of them out below or on flickr, be sure to read more about the game if you haven’t already at places like Russian Machine Never Breaks, Japer’s Rink, and Brian McNally’s recap. And as always, enjoy the box score at Capitals Outsider.

 

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