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WASHINGTON (AP) Evgeny Kuznetsov beat Ottawa’s goaltender twice on Tuesday night. The Washington Capitals‘ penalty kill took it from there.Kuznetsov scored his 18th and 19th goals of the season and the Capitals killed six of seven penalties en route to a 3-2 victory over the struggling Senators.”I thought the PK was the start. I thought our resiliency was a start [url=]Markus Granlund Jersey[/url] ,” Washington coach Barry Trotz said. ”And we sort of had each others’ back a little bit. We took some penalties, warranted or not, and we had to battle through with it.”Tom Wilson also scored for Washington, which completed a 3-0 season sweep of Ottawa to move back into first place in the Metropolitan Division by one point over Philadelphia.Capitals No. 2 goalie Philipp Grubauer made 28 saves in his 18th start and fourth straight win. Matt Niskanen assisted on both of Kuznetsov’s goals, each coming less than a minute after one of Ottawa’s failed power plays.”Pretty special night by Kuzy,” Wilson said. ”He’s really feeling it as of late. It’s pretty fun to watch when he turns it on.”Kuznetsov has three goals and three assists over his last three games.The Capitals entered with the NHL’s 19th-ranked penalty kill unit, but got the better of the Senators’ 27th-ranked power play. A day before, the same unit allowed two goals in a 5-1 road loss at Columbus.”It’s been a little bit up and down lately,” Grubauer said of the team’s overall performance. ”You’ve got to find a way to make sure the next one is as good as this one.”Erik Karlsson had a goal and an assist a day after Ottawa elected not to deal the All-Star defenseman at the NHL trade deadlineMike Hoffman added his 18th goal on a second-period power play for the Senators, who have lost five straight overall and 22 of their last 25 on the road.Ottawa’s man-advantage struggles included failing to score during two 5-on-3 stretches that totaled 2:20, though Hoffman’s goal came seconds after the first one ended. The Senators’ power-play unit didn’t apply much pressure after Washington’s last two penalties.”A lot of around and around and around, and no pucks on net,” coach Guy Boucher lamented. ”No pucks on net [url=][/url] , 100 percent sure of not scoring.”Kuznetsov put Washington up 1-0 late in the first period on a breakout only 12 seconds after the Capitals completed their first penalty kill, easily one-timing T.J. Oshie’s cross-ice feed past goaltender Mike Condon.Kuznetsov struck again moments before the second period expired, making it 3-1 when he beat Condon on a slick wraparound.Karlsson snuck in a shot from a tight angle behind Grubauer early in the third to cut Ottawa’s deficit to one. But the Capitals killed two more penalties in the final period to preserve their win.”The percentage and the kill on the year and the rank in the league, it doesn’t matter,” Wilson said. ”It comes down to big kills late in the game, and we got the job done tonight.”NOTES: Senators D Mark Borowiecki strained his neck in the first period and did not return. . Ottawa D Chris Wideman (hamstring) rejoined the team for practice on Monday. He hasn’t played since Nov. 16. . Grubauer started after playing the final two periods of Washington’s 5-1 loss Monday night. . Swedish Ambassador to the United States Karin Olofsdotter was in attendance.UP NEXTSenators: Visit the Vegas Golden Knights on Friday.Capitals: Host the Toronto Maple Leafs in an outdoor game Saturday at U.S. Navy Marine Corps Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland.— The New York Rangers will try and find a way to win on the road when they visit the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday at Bell Centre.The Rangers are road worriers this season with a 3-7-2 record away from home, contrasted with a 10-4-0 record at home at Madison Square Garden.The Rangers will have veteran defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk on board against the Canadiens after he and Rangers rookie coach David Quinn addressed the issue that led to Shattenkirk’s benching in the third period during a 3-0 loss to the Ottawa Senators on Thursday.Article continues below ...“Absolutely,” Quinn told Newsday when asked if the benching had been put behind them. “You’ll see him (Saturday) night.”The 29-year-old Shattenkirk was a healthy scratch on Oct. 11. The free agent signed a four-year, $26.6 million contract in the summer of 2017.Quinn and Shattenkirk have a history going back to when Quinn, then an assistant coach at Boston University, recruited Shattenkirk to play for the school. Shattenkirk said they have moved on from Thursday’s drama.“That’s something that’s handled in house, and something that we talked about today and it’s water under the bridge [url=]Sam Gagner Jersey[/url] ,” Shattenkirk told Newsday. “So we move on. We need to move on quickly — it’s just a tough emotional night, and that’s what it came down to.“He knows how to get the best out of me,” Shattenkirk said. “I know, sometimes, it can feel, as a player, that he’s pushing your buttons. But it’s all for the right reasons. And I have the utmost respect for him and listen to him 100 percent of the time.”The Rangers, battling injuries in the forward ranks, called up right winger Vinni Lettieri from Hartford of the American Hockey League.Alexandar Georgiev, the first Bulgarian-born player in the NHL, will get the start in goal for the Rangers. The 22-year-old is 4-3-0 this season and is coming off a 29-save shutout in his last start against the New York Islanders on Nov. 21.The Canadiens (11-9-5) have their own issues. They have lost five in a row (0-3-2), their longest losing streak of the season, though they might have deserved better. They are coming off a 2-1 loss at home to the Carolina Hurricanes in which they had 93 shot attempts.“We were able to have two good practices yesterday and today and the chemistry is still good [url=]Sven Baertschi Jersey[/url] ,” Canadiens forward Phillip Danault told the team’s website. “We’re not going to change our attitude or our system because we lost a game. We haven’t had any bad games. We haven’t played very badly. We for sure have some things to work on, but we’ve done some good things, too.”“We didn’t play badly against the Hurricanes,” Canadiens forward Jonathan Drouin told “It’s true we’ve lost five straight games, but we’ve always had a chance to win. It’s 82 games. We have to continue working and not giving up.”Canadiens captain Shea Weber will play his second game of the season after offseason knee and ankle surgery. He had 13 shot attempts in his season debut against the Hurricanes.“A good two days of practice, for sure. I’d probably just rather play a bunch of games, get back into games,” Weber told “It’s good to practice and get things going that way, but I’ve had time to practice before and it wasn’t the same as a game. The game situations, you have to get in those and live those to get it back.”

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