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About Last Night: Caps pounce early, but fall late in Ottawa

January 30, 2013
Tomas Kundratek and Ottawa's Milan Michalek watch the puck
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The Capitals controlled much of Tuesday's game at Ottawa, scoring the first two goals of the game in the first period. Through two periods, Washington held a 24-15 shot advantage and looked like a team that wasn't much fun to play against. But the Senators rallied with three unanswered, including two in the third period, to defeat the Capitals 3-2 at Scotiabank Place. 

Here's how it happened. In less than three minutes, your audio recap from Kanata, Ontario Tuesday in About Last Night. 

Click here to listen to About Last Night: Caps lead early, but fall to Ottawa 3-2 Tuesday