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Caps edge Oilers, push home streak to 13

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WASHINGTON (AP) Without their usual offensive dominance at home and missing several key regulars, the Washington Capitals kept the puck almost all night and kept their home winning streak alive.

Justin Williams and Tom Wilson scored and Braden Holtby made 30 saves as the Capitals beat the Edmonton Oilers 2-1 on Friday night to tie their franchise record with their 13th consecutive home victory. Washington's run of scoring five-plus goals at home ended at 11, but in shutting down Connor McDavid and Co., the top team in the NHL showed it can win yet another way.

Without injured defensemen Matt Niskanen and Brooks Orpik and forward T.J. Oshie, the Capitals handled the Oilers' blazing speed with their most a href(equals)'https://apnews.com/1205a4b5bc0b4356938af43ce4bbd1db/Niskanen,-Orpik,-Oshie-miss-Capitals'-game-vs.-Oilers'patchwork lineup/a of the season.

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Goals
Rank Player G
1 S. Crosby, Pit33
2 P. Laine, Wpg30
3 J. Carter, LA29
4t A. Matthews, Tor28
4t M. Pacioretty, Mon28
4t V. Tarasenko, StL28
7t C. Atkinson, Cls27
7t B. Burns, SJ27
7t A. Ovechkin, Was27
10t M. Grabner, NYR26
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Save Percentage
Rank Player Sv%
1 D. Dubnyk, Min.933
2 S. Darling, Chi.928
3 B. Holtby, Was.928
4 C. Anderson, Ott.927
5 M. Murray, Pit.926
6 S. Bobrovsky, Cls.925
7 R. Lehner, Buf.925
8 J. Gibson, Anh.922
9 A. Nilsson, Buf.922
10 C. Talbot, Edm.921
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