Green ties it up, 2-2 end of two in Game 3

Posted on May 06, 2013 by John Walton

Capitals Radio Network

The Capitals picked up an early goal in the first period from Nicklas Backstrom, but the Rangers tied the game on a power play marker from Brian Boyle. With the teams tied at 1-1 to begin the second period of Game 3, Derick Brassard would give New York a 2-1 lead at the 1:23 mark of the second, but Mike Green would get it back before intermission. Green's second goal in as many games came from the right circle at the 17:19 mark. Listen to the goal below. Washington and New York, heading to the third period in Game 3, all tied at 2-2. 

Click here to listen to Mike Green tie the game at 2-2 late in the second period of Game 3


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Listen to the goal here, as the Capitals look to take a three games to none lead in the series with New York.

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