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Clyde's Shots: Capitals-Rangers, May 4, 2013

Overtime in the playoffs for the Caps means extra shots. Many extra.

Shot 4: Martin Biron Saves Alex Ovechkin

Shot 7: Michal Neuvirth looks pretty impressed with the breakage of Joel Ward's stick.

Shot 9: The Capitals can surround Derek Stepan

Shot 10: …and the Rangers can surround Ovechkin.

Shot 15: If you listen, you can almost hear what John Tortorella is thinking about Rick Nash.

Shot 16: Derek Dorsett sure seems like a pest, eh?

Shot 17: Martin Erat, speak to the hand.

Shot 25: This is like a follow up to Game One's Shot #30, huh?

Shot 27: Henrik Lundqvist hasn't been rocked, but he's sure been seeing a lot of red.

Shot 28: Braden Holtby, on the other hand, has been rocking the red.

Shot 41: Sometimes, it's once to see Marcus Johansson just shoot the puck. This probably would have been one of them.

Shot 42: Mathieu Perreault is trying to do something here, but I do not know what.

Shot 43: I used this as a title before somewhere, but "Two Swedes, No Waiting" has a certain ring.

Shot 45: If John Erskine had scored on this shot, this shot would have been much cooler.

Shot 46: 14, 15, 16, 17. What else is there to say?

Shot 49: Mike Ribeiro face, Michael Del Zotto, going for a slide.

Shot 55: Johansson could have shot it here, too, but didn't.

Shot 61: Sometimes the post is a goalie's best friend. Sometimes it's an entire team and fan base's best friend.

Shot 65: This would have been a big goal for Eric Fehr to have scored.

Shot 66: Of course, there's nothing wrong with making a big block, either.

Shot 71: Hockey hugs.

Shot 73: Karl Alzner looks like he's about to go crowd surfing.