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Capitals' win streak ends at 14 games

The Montreal Canadiens beat the Capitals, 6-5, in overtime on Wednesday, snapping Washington's 14-game winning streak. The Caps hadn't lost a game since Jan. 12, a span that set a new franchise record for consecutive victories.

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