For moments in the second period, it looked like the Washington Capitals were not going to be able to match the Philadelphia Flyers' intensity, physically. But after a television timeout, Jeff Schultz laid into a Flyers forward, and moments later, Tyler Sloan did the same.á After that, what had been a subpar defensive performance turned into a flurry of offensive activity, and the Caps rallied from two goals down to overcome and defeat the hated Flyers, 4-2, before a capacity crowd at the Verizon Center Tuesday night. Jose Theodore sparkled in net as well.á He stopped 41-of-43 shots he faced, and even stopped a penalty shot. He allowed just two power play goals during the second period of the game, when the Flyers were owning the Caps, physically and offensively. Philly was able to keep ...
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