In front of a crowded Kettler Iceplex on Tuesday night, the Capitals Alumni Game was one that came down to the wire.
With the game tied at seven apiece with 37 seconds left, it was CSN's own Craig Laughlin who stole the show.
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Laughlin buried the game-winning goal to give the Red Team the victory.
After the game, Laughlin explained that what he truly missed the most from his playing days was the locker room atmosphere. Tuesday's locker room was one he won't soon forget.
"In my whole career, I don't remember a lot of the games," Laughlin said. "But I will forever remember the locker room tonight."
Laughlin finished the game with two goals, but it was the game-winner that was truly special.
"Well I'm never going to forget that," Laughlin said of his game-winner. "I'm going to make sure nobody forgets that."
By "nobody," does he mean Alan May?