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February 2014
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Red Wings Take Shootout Behind Howard

Jimmy made a nice return to the ice, stopping all seven penalty shots by the Capitals in the shootout.

The Wings led 3-2 but allowed the equalizer with seven seconds left. Alex Ovechkin’s slapshot sneaked past Howard.

In overtime, it stayed tied, forcing the extra shots. Patrick Eaves scored the game-winner.

It felt really good to get the win and stay on them after the tie. Great goaltending by Jimmy!

It’s crazy in a shootout, any goalie can attest – you’re alone on an island out there.

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  1. oldschool oldschool
    February 1, 2014    

    ……………… jimmy earned every bit of it too!

    • Young $narf Young $narf
      February 2, 2014    

      Sure did!

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