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And they played like it.
St. Louis found Lecavalier at the 19:01 mark in the first period to open the scoring, and the duo didn't stop there. St. Louis broke a 1-1 tie in the third period by notching a timely goal to put Tampa Bay in front with a chance to seize command in the series. But after star forward Alex Ovechkin kept Washington's hopes alive with a back-breaking goal with 1:08 remaining in the third, the Bolts looked to a wily veteran and found reassurance.
Lecavalier dashed Washington's hopes by netting the overtime winner 6:19 into the extra session, as Tampa Bay prevailed 3-2 to grab a shocking 2-0 edge in the series heading to St. Pete Times Forum.