Score early, score often. The Washington Capitals have the first part done with a beaut of a goal by Dmitry Orlov in the opening five minutes of Game Four.
Get ready for this cannon.
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) May 18, 2018
Orlov started the play with a simple shot on goal. Niskanen got a rebound and put it on net, with TJ Oshie settling the rebound behind the goal line. Oshie spotted Orlov along the dot and served him the puck.
Orlov’s shot was a monster, hitting the far top corner. It’s Orlov’s second goal of the postseason.
He was very excited about that fact.
The lead didn’t last long. Brayden Point scored 70 seconds later after a brutal Michal Kempny turnover to tie the game.
Then, with Lars Eller in the penalty box, Steven Stamkos kept the Tampa power play hotter than the burning heart of a white dwarf star with a point-blank goal.
Gonna need another scoarlov.
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