The Caps’ third line ignited the offense in the first period. Brett Connolly started the scoring off a back-door feed from Michal Kempny. Connolly’s 18th goal of the season marks a new career-high.
According to D.C. police, the flyers were glued to a signal box near Georgetown. The person who posted the flyers is unknown.
A North Cleveland Park resident, Brad Neumann, found a double-sided flyer on his doorstep July 10. He reported the incident to D.C. Councilmember Mary Cheh (D-Ward 3), the Anti-Defamation League and Metropolitan police, the last of which labeled it bias-related.
“It needs to stop. The police force needs to get involved, the town council, the town manager,” said Tammy Carter, a teacher and resident of Leesburg, whose demand for police action seems to reflect the sentiment of the town’s African American community.
The Capitals eliminated the Flyers in six games, marking the first time Washington has won a playoff series in fewer than seven games since 2011.
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