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Floridas Jacob Markstrom allowed two goals on two shots and was pulled after 3 minutes, 10 seconds -- the fastest yanking of an NHL goalie for something other than an injury in more than a year, according to STATS LLC. "I dont like to hang out anybody to dry, but obviously I dont think Jacob Markstrom was ready to play tonight," Panthers coach Kevin Dineen said. Markstroms replacement, Scott Clemmensen, didnt fare much better, giving up two goals in the first six shots. Asked about that performance, Dineen said: "Its easy to hang him out to dry, but you know what? If youre the starting guy, youve got to be the go-to guy." When Dineens comments about not being ready to play were relayed to Markstrom, the goalie pursed his lips tightly, shrugged his shoulders and did not reply, ending his 75-second interview session with reporters. Here is what Markstrom did offer earlier: "I dont know what to say. I couldnt stop the puck in the first two shots or whatever, first 3 minutes. No excuse for that. It was terrible. I feel like I let the team down. Im there to stop pucks and I didnt do that tonight." Ten players each earned at least a point in Thursdays four-goal outburst. Late in the first period, Ribeiro pulled back at the end of a forward rush, content to perform the hockey equivalent of dribbling out the clock in basketball. The red-wearing fans saluted the home team with a standing ovation as the period expired. Braden Holtby made 29 saves in his 11th consecutive start, the longest streak for a Washington goalie since Olie Kolzig started 16 in a row in 2003. "Its hard to play your game in those last two periods when you have a lead," Holtby said, "but I think we did a very good job of it." The Capitals and the reigning Southeast Division champion Panthers entered tied for the fewest points in the East with 19. But after starting the season with two wins in its first 11 games, Washington has won eight of its last 11. "We started so bad that it was a big hole to climb out of, and it didnt look good," Capitals defenceman Karl Alzner said. "Were just happy that were winning games right now, and we dont want to be a .500 team." The Panthers, meanwhile, have won two of their last eight games as they deal with all sorts of injury problems, including to centre Stephen Weiss -- expected to miss the rest of the season because of a wrist surgery -- and goalie Jose Theodore. As it is, Florida began the game having allowed an NHL-worst 83 goals in 23 games, a 3.61 average. The only blemish on this night for the Capitals was the hit that forward Jason Chimera took from Floridas Tyson Strachan, who was given a game misconduct penalty. Chimera left for the locker room to get checked by a trainer, but he did eventually return to the ice. It took 20 seconds into the power play for Ovechkin to make it 5-0, diving to the ice to celebrate his ninth goal of the season. 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