Posted: May 3, 2012 in Uncategorized

ProHockeyTalk

Marian Gaborik can probably breath a little easier now.

The winger won’t hear (as much?) about his $7.5 million annual cap hit for at least a few nights as he ended far-and-away the longest game of the 2012 playoffs so far. He finished a one-timer attempt to give the New York Rangers a 2-1 triple OT win and a 2-1 series lead to boot. Let’s ponder a few things, then.

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  • The obvious but crucial question: is this a back-breaker for the Capitals? The franchise has lot plenty of lengthy overtimes in its history, but this isn’t a common thing in the Alex Ovechkin era. Do you think this was a knockout punch or a learning experience for Washington?
  • Which Caps player will lose the most sleep? Ovechkin had a shot off the post that fooled the red light operator and Verizon Center…

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