After taking part in an 'awkward' puck drop from Martin Brodeur, Braden Holtby moved closer to breaking his record.
Paul Carey scored his first NHL goal to tie up the game, then Alex Ovechkin sealed the win over the Devils. Relive all the action here with Capitals Rewind!
It’s been a tough week for Capitals left wing Paul Carey, who earlier this week lost his uncle. But on Saturday afternoon the 27-year-old callup gave his family reason to smile.
Alex Ovechkin netted the game-winner in the shootout, but it was Paul Carey who received all the post-game high fives after his first NHL goal.
Paul Carey picked a good time for his first NHL goal as he tied it late in the third period.