Watch Ovechkin crush Tavares from behind, Kulemin score as play continues

By Jared Clinton

With how physical the series between the Capitals and Islanders has been, it's not surprising that the game-winning goal was scored seconds after a huge hit. Washington's Alex Ovechkin caught New York's John Tavares with a questionable hit before the puck ended up on the tape of Nikolay Kulemin, who made no mistake and potted the game-winning goal. More

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