Capitals off to racing start vs. Bruins


If you’re late getting to your TV, you’ve already missed two goals.

The Capitals are off to a blazing start as they began their campaign to repeat as Stanley Cup champions — rushing out to a 2-0 lead Wednesday against the Boston Bruins in just 1:47 of game time. 

Winger T.J. Oshie delivered the perfect strike from the left face-off circle to score the game’s first goal just 24 seconds in. Shortly after, Evgeny Kuznetsov easily scored on a power play. 

The two goals add to what has been an exciting night for the Capitals and their fans. Prior to the game, the franchise raised its first-ever championship banner in the rafters of Capital One Arena. 

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