Thursday, December 2, 2010
I have to go to school real soon, so not much for now. The Caps ramped it up later in the game, but it was too late. Michal Neuvirth let in a weak second goal to Segal, but 2 GA is still a "quality start" and the Capitals simply didn't generate the offense they needed, especially on the power play. The Capitals shouldn't have had to bank the game on that goal wash-out with the goalie pulled (Carlson scored, but it was ruled incidental contact with the goalie, even when Skrastins of his own volition ran into his own goalie).
Scoring chances, thanks to Vic Ferrari. (I had put one chance in there twice. Here are updated scoring chances. And sorry, no H2H scoring chances--as I was tallying the chances, I found Boudreau really changing up his lines, and even the Stars were changing lines and pairings. I'll post them sometime later when a program, not I, is tallying chances head-to-head)