Joel Ward played like a man possessed during the 2011 NHL playoffs for the Nashville Predators. He racked up seven goals and 13 points in 12 games after a regular season in which he only produced 29 points. This season, it took seven games for Ward to finally score a playoff goal, but it was worth the wait for the rest of the Washington Capitals and their fans. Ward potted the overtime winner in Game 7 of the Capitals' first-round upset of the defending Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins on Wednesday night.
The Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals went into overtime in game seven last night, and the Capitals came out on top. Joel Ward scored the winning goal for the Capitals beating the defending Stanley Cup Champions, and the Twitter... Read Post
Ninety-nine percent of the time I would prefer to watch an overtime game-winning goal during Game Seven of an NHL playoff series on television, as opposed to listening to it on the radio. Joel Ward’s overtime winner during last nig... Read Post