It was one of those plays you have to watch multiple times to comprehend. Having turned over the puck at his own blueline in overtime, Vancouver’s J.T. Miller was racing back to his own end hoping to catch Washington’s T.J. Oshie on the breakaway. Just when it seemed that the Capitals star was in alone, Miller lifted his stick from behind, striped the puck and ended the threat. A great effort by Miller … but he didn’t do it alone. Replays revealed that Vancouver’s rookie sensation Quinn Hughes had caught up to Miller and pushed him from behind, giving him…

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