J. Oshie out indefinitely after hit by Warren Foegele

While Reirden's most interesting comment seems to focus on supplementary discipline (again, indirectly), Ovechkin's most interesting beef seems to be about the in-game penalty being a mere two-minute minor.

The action continues at 8 p.m. Saturday with their fifth game against the Capitals at Capital One Arena. It has to be not two minutes. Oshie was injured crashing into the boards shoulder-first after being hit by the Hurricane's Warren Foegele during the third period of Game 4.

For one thing, Capitals head coach Todd Reirden called it a risky hit, and hinted that Oshie might be out for a while.

Capitals star Alex Ovechkin had to be held back from getting into it with Hurricanes players after the incident.

Reirden told reporters Friday that Oshie is seeing doctors, and the team would know more about his status in the next few days.

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Chicago is expected to counter with 24-year-old right-hander Lucas Giolito, who has had an up-and-down start to the 2019 season. Anderson was quickly restrained by Kansas City catcher Martin Maldonado but jawed with Keller on his way to first base.

Foegele explained: "I was trying to lift his stick, trying to give him a little nudge. I hope he's OK", Foegele said, according to Khurshudyan. Reirden said the winger, who scored seven goals during his memorable 2018 playoff run in Washington - including the.

Oshie missed 23 games this season with concussion-like symptoms.

Ovechkin was the subject of controversy following Game 3 after knocking out Hurricanes rookie Andrei Svechnikov in a fight.

The Capitals tied the score after finally gaining a foothold on the power play, with Ovechkin blasting home a one-timer at 10:35 of the second period, and the game leveled out, with both teams trading chances and nervous moments on ice that appeared to leave both offenses a little choppy.

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