What if the Capitals have finally found their Pittsburgh antidote?
Meaning, you know, a goaltender who stops pucks when the games count?
With 6:31 remaining in the third period of the Penguins' 3-1 loss in these teams' latest blood-boiler Sunday night, Philipp Grubauer flung himself across his crease to somehow get a glove on this Sidney Crosby one-timer from zero distance:
Sorry, but that's just gorgeous.
And you know what had to be even prettier from the Washington perspective?
Dude had no idea who he was stopping:
"I didn't even know it was him, honestly," the man explained. "If you would ask me anything about the game, I'd have no clue. It's just a mindset of keeping the puck out."
Imagine that. Didn't care who he was facing or where he was playing.