NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs 2012: How the Washington Capitals Can Win in New York

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NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs 2012: How the Washington Capitals Can Win in New York
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The NHL's main attraction Saturday pitted the New York Rangers against the Washington Capitals.

Coming in a game up in the series, the Rangers were hoping to push the Capitals' collective backs up against the wall in what would make their return to New York the first Eastern elimination game.

The Caps would have none of it.

Alexander Ovechkin got the scoring started, followed by fellow young guns Nicklas Backstrom and Mike Green with the game-winning power-play goal. 

The Capitals are two wins away from the Eastern Conference Finals, somewhere they have never been during the Alexander Ovechkin era. 

The following are some tips on how the Capitals should look upon the upcoming Game 5 in New York on Monday Night. 

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