Shot 2: The Calgary Flames get the first.
Shot 3: The Washington Capitals get the second.
Shot 4: Which also happened to be Alex Ovechkin's 827th point as a Capital, passing Peter Bondra as the Capitals all time point leader.
Shot 6: Michael Latta used his face to disconnect Josh Jooris from his stick.
Shot 8: Not the same shot as Shot 37
Shot 9: Is it in the CBA that Alex Ovechkin has to take a shot from midair at least once every other game?
Shot 14: the Deryk Engelland and Liam O'Brien fight was all about machine gun punches.
Shot 18: Marcus Johansson has all the angles when it comes to shooting pool.
Shot 22: Curtis Glencross grabs and throws Ovechkin to the ice…
Shot 24: …and wonders why that gets him a penalty.
Shot 26: The Washington Capitals get a lengthy five on three power play. What could go wrong?
Shot 28: In this case, nothing!
Shot 31: Tom Wilson drawing the hooking call against Brandon Bollig was pretty masterful.
Shot 32: Bollig seemed to think so, too.
Shot 35: 40. Because 40 years.
Shot 37: Not the same shot as Shot 8.
Shot 39: John Carlson came close.
Shot 41: Alex Ovechkin. The shot blocking machine.
Shot 42: Because every now and then, you can beat Dennis Wideman at his game.
Shot 44: Tom Wilson came close too.
Shot 45: And like the rule about Ovechkin shooting from midair once every other game, he must also lose the puck right before a shot once every other game, too.
Shot 47: Flames get the last.