It was a good week for Justin Williams.
On Friday, the clutch veteran scored the game-winning goal in overtime of Game 5 to give the Capitals a 3-1 series lead over the Maple Leafs.
On Sunday, in an elimination Game 6, he assisted on the Marcus Johansson overtime winner in Game 6, advancing the Capitals in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
But when Williams returned to the Washington, D.C. area early Monday morning, he was greeted by some less than clutch news.
He was issued a speeding ticket.
Justin...welcome back to Washington DC. Here's your speeding ticket👍 pic.twitter.com/jroSqPZqdl— Justin Williams (@JustinWilliams) April 24, 2017
Based on his tweet, it's still unclear if ti was a an automated ticket from a speed camera zone or if he was pulled over on his way back from the airport.
But nonetheless, it's a less than ideal addition to the 'welcome home' celebration.
Up next for William sis is an equally frustrating scenario: A seven-game series with the Penguins, which begins Thursday night.