Washington extends win streak against Boston

By Chronicle News Services Washington’s Nicklas Backstrom scored the winning goal in the third period and the Capitals won their 14th straight over the Bruins, prevailing 4-2 in Boston on Thursday night.
Backstrom, who sat out Wednesday’s game against Philadelphia because of an illness, glided to the Bruins’ zone and ripped a left-circle wrister past Jaroslav Halak for the go-ahead goal with 14:14 remaining.
“Sometimes hockey isn’t fair,” Backstrom said after the Capitals won despite being outshot 41-22. “Even if they win the shots, we got the win. It’s weird sometimes.”
The Caps’ streak against the Bruins dates to March 29, 2014. [READ MORE HERE]

Source: SF Gate Sports

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