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Penguins score twice in 48 seconds to tie game against the Capitals

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The Capitals were less than two minutes away Monday night from winning their first game of their second-round series against the Penguins. But that turned out to be too much time for a desperate Pittsburgh bunch who was playing 6-on-5.

First came this slapshot from Evgeni Malkin that whistled by Braden Holtby:

Then, 48 seconds later, Justin Schultz notched the Pens' second goal from up top after a deflection, shocking the Capitals and drawing his team even:

Capitals fans — sorry this post had to be written.

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