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Pittsburgh's Ron Tugnutt and Washington's Olaf Kolzig share a few words after the upset. Doug Pensinger/Allsport
Penguins sink Caps in Game 5
Maybe it's better to be lucky than good, but Jaromir Jagr is overflowing with both. With a cross-ice pass that found its way into the net, Jagr had himself another game-winner and the Pittsburgh Penguins had themselves a 4-1 series victory over the Washington Capitals.
||Game 4: Caps stay alive|
The Washington Capitals finally caught a break, scoring a late power-play goal to win Game 4.
||Game 3: Pens think sweep|
It was that other Czech -- Jiri Slegr -- who beat Olaf Kolzig to give the Pens a 3-0 lead.
||Game 2: It's Jagr in OT|
Jaromir Jagr's wrist shot past Olaf Kolzig at 5:49 in overtime gave Pittsburgh a 2-1 victory.
||Game 1: Pens wax Caps|
Jaromir Jagr had four assists and six different Penguins tallied goals as Pittsburgh crushed Washington.