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Dennis Wideman

Caps rally for a point, but Malkin nets OT winner for Pens

It was an afternoon filled with all the drama, scoring and animosity expected between the Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins. But although the Capitals managed to obtain a point in a heated contest with their rivals, the mood in the visitors' dressing room was far from content. Washington erased an early two-goal deficit, snatched a lead early in the third period and benefited from Alex Ovechkin's first three-point game of the season, but would fall 4-3 in overtime to the Penguins at Consol Energy Center. Evgeni Malkin, the NHL's leading scorer, recorded the game-winner 1:31 into the extra session to extend his goal-scoring streak to six games. The Capitals...