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WASHINGTON (AP) -- Perseverance paid off the Alex Tuch and the Vegas Golden Knights.
Tuch scored the go-ahead goal with remaining, and the Golden Knights defeated the Washington Capitals 4-3 Sunday in a matchup of division leaders.
Reilly Smith tied it when he scored his second goal of the game on a wrist shot from the left circle at .
Marc-Andre Fleury, who had consecutive shutouts against Washington coming in, stopped 20 shots.
But at the very least we've got to deflect the puck to the outside and keep things to the perimeter."Both teams were coming off three-goal losses on Friday night.
The Golden Knights improved to 3-1 so far on their six-game trip."They've got an unwavering belief that they're going to find a way to get a puck in and they're getting a lot of breaks," Capitals coach Barry Trotz said.
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All your favorite friends from My Little Pony are organizing a fun rock concert, so get tickets for a fabulous time with good music.Vegas tied it at on a play started by former Capital Nate Schmidt, who carried the puck into the Washington zone and passed back to Bellemare, whose centering pass was re-directed by Carpenter past Grubauer. Related slideshow: Top scenes from the NHL (Provided by photo services) Pacific Division's Rickard Rakell, center, gets ready to take a shot on Atlantic Division goalie Carey Price while being defended by Nikita Kucherov during the final of the NHL All-Star Game in Tampa, Fla. The goal snapped a 27-game drought for Carpenter dating to January 2017. The Golden Knights tied it on a power play goal with left when Grubauer stopped Smith's first two shots in front, but not the third. 23 Vegas win and 29 for the Penguins in a 2-0 Game 7 win in the conference semifinals. Golden Knights D Brad Hunt was back in the lineup, replacing D Jason Garrison. Capitals F Jakub Vrana, a healthy scratch the previous two games, was in the lineup in place of F Alex Chiasson. Washington had allowed the first goal in nine straight games. Vegas rallied three times from one-goal deficits to beat Washington for the second time this season.BOX SCORE: GOLDEN KNIGHTS 4, CAPITALS 3"We never gave up.