Green comes through in the clutch for Capitals
Mike Green's overtime score completes Washington's rally from a two-goal deficit, as the Capitals beat the visiting Carolina Hurricanes, 4-3.
Carolina's Eric Staal, right, manages to sneak the puck past the defense of Jeff Shultz and goalie Jose Theodore in the first period.
Washington's Alexander Semin, right, tries to keep control of the puck while being marked by Carolina's Aaron Ward.
Brooks Laich finds himself in the eye of the Hurricanes' defense as he and Capitals teammate Mike Knuble, top left, crash the Carolina net.
Alexander Semin scores one of his two second period goals that brought the Capitals even with the Hurricanes heading in to the third period.
Hurricanes defenseman Tim Gleason, right, is congratulated by the Carolina bench after scoring a short-handed goal in the third period to tie the game at 3 apiece.
Carolina defenseman Jay Harrison, right, bails out his goalie by turning away Matt Bradley's shot in the third period.
Carolina goalie Cam Ward snuffs out another Capitals opportunity in the third period. Ward made 36 saves in the losing effort.
Alex Ovechkin hugs Mike Green after Green scored the game-winner in overtime on an impressive feed from Nicklas Backstrom.
It's not easy, but Green lifts Caps, 4-3
Summary: Capitals 4, Hurricanes 3 (OT)
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