It was a night for comebacks in the NHL.
Alex Ovechkin led the Capitals as they scored four goals in the third period to beat the Senators 5-3 last night in Ottawa. Ovechkin's goal helped him break a five-game drought.
In Buffalo, Claude Giroux had a four-point night, as the Flyers edged the Sabres 5-4 in overtime. After falling behind 3-0, Philadelphia came storming back with four straight to take the lead.
At Edmonton, it was the same kind of story, as the Oilers took an early lead, only to have Carolina score four times on their way to a 5-3 decision.
On the schedule tonight, the Senators are in New Jersey, Sidney Crosby's in Philadelphia, the Canucks visit the Habs and Columbus is in L.A.
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