Jason Chimera Scores Second Goal in 31 Fewer Games Than Last Season

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Posted October 25, 2013
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Unlike the stiff Chimera bobblehead, the real Jason Chimera showed some spring in his step.

Two seasons ago, Jason Chimera scored a career-high 20 goals. Then last season happened. Despite the shortened season, it just wasn’t Chimera’s year, as he scored his first goal of the season in his 28th game, and his second in his 41st.

In his home town of Edmonton on Thursday, the 34-year-old scored his second of the year in only his tenth game, as the Caps beat the Oilers, 4-1. Chimera’s friends and family were in attendance. It briefly appeared that Chimera scored the second goal of the game, but it was credited to linemate Joel Ward, and Chimera said as much during his intermission interview with Craig Laughlin.

In bobblehead news, Monumental recently added Chimera’s to its rewards catalog, for 2000 points. This appears to be the same whacky wobbler that was made available through the Caps Kids Club last season, so if you missed out on that, here’s your chance to get it again.

Ben Sumner
Ben Sumner is the editor of Capitals Outsider and a contributor for Gunaxin.com. He also works for The Washington Post and contributes there when he gets a scoop.
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