Found October 21, 2013 on DC Sports-Kings:
Tom Wilson has superpowers, takes out 3 Blue Jackets at the same time without even trying. #Caps https://t.co/wj8C0ZZC6z — Danny (@recordsANDradio) October 20, 2013 Washington Capitals’ young forward Tom Wilson stands a whopping six-foot-four-inces on the ice, and he has incredible speed, something that is a rare find amongst the NHL. This is most likely the reason why during the second period on Saturday night Wilson was able to send three Columbus Blue Jackets players to the ice, all in one hit. This specific hit was keyed as “hockey bowling” by RMNB and made watching the Capitals’ 4-1 victory a lot more amusing.   Feel free to follow us on Twitter: @DCSportsKings @meaghannn_ Related Articles: Capitals get off the snide , beat Oilers 4-2    
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