The Capitals are now one for their last one in overtime playoff games.

David Steckel is a new Caps hero, flicking a Brooks Laich shot past Marc-Andre Fleury for the game winner. Props to Stecks for for winning the faceoff and Bradley controlling the puck and feeding Laich for the original shot.

Steckel, Laich and Bradley. Again.

Steckel was 73% (11-for-15) in the dot. Boyd Gordon was 88% (7-of-8).

Rob Scuderi clanged one off the crossbar a minute earlier. Usually the type of dagger that kills the Caps in OT.

Big game for Victor Kozlov. Nice time to step up with a pair.

Big game from Alexander Semin. Not just the goal, but great several rushes that could have drawn three penalties, but got just one whistle. But the goal was spectacular. Shooting through Laich's legs to a narrow opening on a short angle. Exquisite.

Alex Ovechkin registered three helpers, plus-three rating, five shots and just two hits.

When do the Caps get a call? The Capitals continue to be on the short end of the whistles. Semin got hauled down twice with no call. And that last slash? How can that call be defended? I don't like to complain about officiating, but that last whistle was unconscionable.

Semyon Varlamov with another 38 saves on 42 shots.

Beagle got four shifts and 2:06 in ice time. C'mon Bruce, get OUR 87 back out there.

P.S. If you really love Game Sevens, Hershey earned a Gave Seven against the Baby Pens in Hershey tomorrow night. Go Bears! It's just a two-hour drive :-)