Ryan Reaves and Tom Wilson both left Tuesday’s match after a bad hit. While Wilson was not aware, Reaves calculated and delivered a blindside to Caps forward. Wilson lost his helmet and hit his head on the ice.
Reaves and Wilson had joined each other all night and since the second period, rivalry became dangerous.
After Wilson took a pass from Alex Ovechkin and bounced Pucken to Madison Bowey, Reaves Wilson reflected in his shoulder with a blindside hit.
The battle caused Wilson’s helmet to emerge.
A woozy Wilson struggled to get up.
He needed help from his teammates to go to the bench before getting help from the team coach to get into the locker room.
Reaves received a five-minute majority for disturbances and breakdowns.
Previously, in Reaves, Wilson hit Twist in eight seconds.
Reaves laughed at the Capitals forward when he lay on the ice after the second hit.
Reaves made Las Vegas first goal for the night, a power-play goal in the first period.
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