Alex Ovechkin notched his second goal of the night, putting the Capitals ahead 2-0 in the second period over the Penguins. The score gives Ovi 29 goals on the season, most in the NHL.
Michael Latta will return to the Caps' lineup when they face the Penguins, but who will come out?
The Capitals have lost four in a row and trail the Penguins by five points. They'll look to close the gap against Sidney Crosby and Company.
When the Capitals face the Pittsburgh Penguins tonight at Verizon Center [8 p.m., NBCSN] they’ll be trying to end a four-game losing streak.