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Wild Second Period Leaves Caps and Jets Where They Started - Tied

After a scoreless first period in Winnipeg, the floodgates opened in the second, and they opened wide.

First, it was Mikhail Grabovski...


... then Bryan Little, shorthanded:

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... and Grant Clitsome...


... before Alex Ovechkin scored not once...


... but twice...


... before Blake Wheeler re-tied the game that Ovechkin had tied and then untied after the Jets took the lead after tying it following Grabovski breaking a scoreless tie:


Got it? That's six goals in 16:10, and we're no closer to a winner. Now would not be the time to change the channel...