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Capitals vs Devils Second Period Thread

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Washington Capitals v New Jersey Devils Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

Andre Burakovsky got the Capitals on the board first with a Snipe™ through the legs of Eric Tangradi and over MacKenzie Blackwood’s shoulder (seriously, check out the replay of this one because it was awesome). After Burky’s goal, however, there wasn’t much happening on the ice at Prudential Center until the very end of the period when Kenny Agostino tied things up with just one second left on the clock. Yikes. Tied 1-1 after 20.

Something else to note: Kyle Palmieri, the Devils’ leading scorer, left the New Jersey bench during the first period after an accidental collision with Nick Jensen. There’s a good chance he was pulled into concussion protocol; no word on whether or not he’ll return for the second.

Grab a snack (or a drink if that’s your thing, #JenAndJuice anyone?), second period ahead...