NJ 1 0 3 1 5
Was 0 3 1 0 4
Date of game: 12/21/2013
Game Log
Period 3 11:47
New Jersey Goal - Dainius Zubrus (8), from Travis Zajac at 11:47.

Period 3 9:21
New Jersey Goal - Marek Zidlicky (5), from Travis Zajac and Dainius Zubrus at 9:21.

Period 3 8:07
Washington Goal - Alex Ovechkin (30), from Karl Alzner at 8:07.

Period 3 5:28
New Jersey Power-Play Goal - Jaromir Jagr (13), from Andy Greene and Patrik Elias at 5:28.

Period 2 19:14
Washington Goal - Joel Ward (11), from Mike Green and Martin Erat at 19:14.

Period 2 14:38
Washington Goal - Mikhail Grabovski (10), from Eric Fehr and Troy Brouwer at 14:38.

Period 2 10:07
Washington Goal - Jason Chimera (7), from Martin Erat and Joel Ward at 10:07.

Period 2 10:07
Washington Goal - Jason Chimera (7), from Martin Erat and Joel Ward at 10:07.

Period 4
End of 3rd period.

Period 3
Steve Bernier tip-in shot.

Period 3
Karl Alzner wrist shot on Martin Brodeur.

Period 3
Shot blocked by Martin Erat.

Period 3
Jaromir Jagr shot blocked by Dmitry Orlov.

Period 3
Reid Boucher slap shot on Braden Holtby.

Period 3
Mark Fayne slap shot is wide.

Period 3
Steve Bernier wrist shot on Braden Holtby.

Period 3
Dainius Zubrus wrist shot on Braden Holtby.

Period 3
Adam Henrique shot on Braden Holtby.

Period 3
Alex Ovechkin shot blocked by Michael Ryder.

Period 3
Jason Chimera deflected shot on Martin Brodeur.

Period 3
Jaromir Jagr wrist shot on Braden Holtby.

Period 3
Martin Erat shot blocked by Travis Zajac.

Period 1 11:26
New Jersey Power-Play Goal - Marek Zidlicky (4), from Andy Greene and Jaromir Jagr at 11:26.

Period 1 11:26
New Jersey Power-Play Goal - Marek Zidlicky (4), from Andy Greene and Jaromir Jagr at 11:26.

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