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Caps stay hot, push run vs. Bruins to 11

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BOSTON (AP) Alex Chiasson scored two third-period goals, the second on a short-handed breakaway with 8:29 left, and the Washington Capitals beat the Boston Bruins 5-3 on Thursday night.

Patrice Bergeron scored twice for Boston, moving past Bobby Orr on the team's all-time list with his 265th career goal and adding another in the final seconds.

Braden Holtby stopped 33 shots for the Capitals, who have beaten Boston 11 straight times. Jakub Vrana and Nicklas Backstrom also scored for Washington, and Alex Ovechkin added an empty netter to make it 5-2 before Bergeron cut the deficit to two with 27 seconds left.

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Goals
Rank Player G
1t N. Kucherov, TB21
1t A. Ovechkin, Was21
3 A. Lee, NYI19
4 J. Tavares, NYI18
5 S. Monahan, Cgy17
6t B. Boeser, Van16
6t A. Kopitar, LA16
6t B. Schenn, StL16
9t L. Couture, SJ15
9t S. Couturier, Phi15
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Save Percentage
Rank Player Sv%
1 A. Dell, SJ.939
2 A. Vasilevskiy, TB.933
3 C. Crawford, Chi.933
4 R. Luongo, Fla.928
5 P. Rinne, Nsh.927
6 S. Bobrovsky, Cls.926
7 J. Quick, LA.926
8 M. Subban, VGK.924
9 A. Khudobin, Bos.922
10 F. Andersen, Tor.922
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