Ovechkin leads Caps over Ducks, 3-2
ANAHEIM, Calif -- ANAHEIM, Calif.-As if leaving NHL goals leader Alex Ovechkin open to unleash the game-winning goal wasn't enough Tuesday, even the end of the Anaheim Ducks' power-play skid wasn't the end.
"I'm disappointed in our specialty teams. It's been our Achilles' heel all year," Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau said after a 3-2 loss to his former team, the Washington Capitals, at Honda Center.
"It's something that we've 13 games to correct, or we're going to be in trouble."
Anaheim (45-17-7) believed it stemmed the bleeding of its power-play woes when Mathieu... read more
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