The Capitals continue their comeback against the Penguins thanks to a greasy goal by Evgeny Kuznetsov of Chelyabinsk, Russia. Kuzy’s goal was preceded by one by Dmitry Orlov of Novokuznetsk, Russia; and Alex Ovechkin of Moscow, Russia.
Yeah, all the Russians have scored tonight. It’s almost like, [dramatic pause, suspicious side eye] they’re colluding [thunder strike, lightning flash].
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) February 3, 2018
Alex Ovechkin started the play off with a shot right to the gut of Matt Murray, strong enough to serve up a rebound right up the slot. There Kuzy struck, surging right into the paint to put the puck on net.
There was much celebration.
Kuzy’s had an up-and-down season. After a solid start, he had gone without a grape since January 9, and has put just twelve shots on goal in his last seven games. Here’s hoping this dirty crash-the-net marker gets him back on the right track.
So I guess no one in Pittsburgh is involved in the Russia investigation
— Muneeb 🚀 (@muneebalamcu) February 3, 2018
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