WASHINGTON – Pontus Aberg scored a second goal in the match with 5:05 remaining, and Anaheim Ducks gathered for the fourth time to win 6-5 against Washington Capitals in the Capital Arena One Sunday for their fourth victory in a row.
Aberg, who also had help, scored a goal from Ryan Geclaff the rush for its second goal of the period.
Ryan Miller make 19 savings in relief John Gibson and tied John Vanbysbrook (374) for the most victories of the US goalkeeper in the history of the NHL.
Gotzlaf had two goals and two assists Rikard Raquel and Hampus Lindholm everyone had the purpose and help. Andrew Collier also scored for Ducks (14-10-5). The Ondrej case had two assists.
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Aberg's top-down from the right-hand circle stretched from the post at 7:16 from the third period to make it 5-4, and Lindholm tied it with a goal at 9:01.
Chandler Stevenson, Nic Dowd and Evgeni Kuznetsov each had a purpose and help for Washington (15-8-3), who won seven rights. Nicklas Backstrom and Tom Wilson scored and Braden Holtby make 19 savings. John Carlson and Dmitry Jaskin had two assists.
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Backstrom gave Washington a 1-0 lead with a 41-second result when it crossed the transition period Alex Ovechkin the 2-to-1 rush.
Stephenson made it 2-0 when his cross was deflected in Anaheim's defense Jake DotinSkate at 6:08.
The dash returned to the returning goal of Geczaf at 9:24.
The captains again took the lead from two goals at 13:19, when Wilson gave up Carlson's shot and Miller replaced Gibbons.
Kuznetsov scored 4-1 at 4:59 from the latter, when he made more than Miller and reached and restarted the champion again.
Washington led with 5-1, when Stephenson's centrist entry stalled in Daoud's skiing at 13:30.
Anaheim closed the gap with two goals in less than a minute. Koliano scored a defeat at 14:31 and Rakel knocked on his own jump at 15:26.