— Peter Bondra (@PeterBondra12) October 23, 2021
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.
Marty’s 1st career NHL goal came just when needed 🔥 pic.twitter.com/isOIqZR98M
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) October 23, 2021
Fehervary was taken 46th overall by the Capitals in the 2018 NHL Draft.
By Harrison Brown