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The Noon Number: Power Kill

A look at how the Caps are capitalizing on other teams’ power plays

NHL: NOV 14 Penguins at Capitals Photo by Tony Quinn/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

-4 - The Capitals’ goal differential while shorthanded (number of shorthanded goals minus the number of power play goals allowed), tops in the League. The Caps have only given up eight power play goals so far this season, tied for third-fewest, and have scored an NHL-best four shorthanded goals (tied with Colorado).

Their most recent shorthanded tally? Tom Wilson’s goal just a few nights ago, against tonight’s opponent.