Capitals’ Martin Fehervary Scores First Career NHL Goal vs. Flames

Defenseman Martin Fehervary scored the first goal of his NHL career during the second period of the Washington Capitals’ game against the Calgary Flames on Saturday afternoon.

After following left-wing Alex Ovechkin into the offensive zone, Fehervary received a drop pass. He stepped into the right circle and ripped one past the blocker of Flames goaltender Dan Vladar 7:48 into the second.

“I feel every game more confident. I’m playing a lot of minutes. I’m really happy for every chance I got and I’m just trying to do those small things right. Compete, play hard, battle,” Fehervary said after the game.

Saturday marked the 22-year-old’s 11th career NHL game. The goal was his first point of the season.

Fehervary was taken 46th overall by the Capitals in the 2018 NHL Draft.

By Harrison Brown

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Harrison is a diehard Caps fan and a hockey fanatic with a passion for sports writing. He attended his first game at age 8 and has been a season ticket holder since the 2010-2011 season. His fondest Caps memory was watching the Capitals hoist the Stanley Cup in Las Vegas. In his spare time, he enjoys travel, photography, and hanging out with his two dogs. Follow Harrison on Twitter @HarrisonB927077
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2 Responses to Capitals’ Martin Fehervary Scores First Career NHL Goal vs. Flames

  1. Anonymous says:

    Congratulations Marty!

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