Eric Fehr looked like took a page out of teammate Alex Ovechkin's book.
The Capitals had rallied all the way back from three goals down to force overtime against the Bruins on Tuesday night. Just 37 seconds into the extra session, Fehr finished Boston off with an incredible goal.
Nicklas Backstrom passed the puck to Fehr who gained the zone with two Bruins defenders right in front of him. The Caps' winger somehow split the defense while keeping control of the puck and shot it past Tuukka Rask as he fell down to the ice.
"I kind of blacked out for a bit there but saw the puck on my stick…[Rask] was leaning my way and just tried to chip it over," Fehr said after the game, via Katie Carrera of the Washington Post.
Fehr's goal reminded some on Twitter of the highlight-reel goals Ovechkin has scored throughout his career.
Just for old time's sake here are a couple of similar goals from Ovechkin.