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Fehervary Gets Into The Beat, Vibes To Music In Penalty Box

Washington Capitals defenseman Martin Fehervary got into the beat in the sin bin during Thursday’s game against the Arizona Coyotes.



To open the third period of Thursday's game against the Arizona Coyotes, Washington Capitals defenseman Martin Fehervary found himself in the penalty box — and it was as good a time as any for a "Marty Parry."

The Slovak blueliner, who took a holding call against Clayton Keller late int he second, was spotted on camera moving along to the beat at Mullett Arena, the 5,000-seat venue that the Capitals played in for the first time on Thursday.

It was a fun moment for Fehervary, who finished the night with three hits, one shot, one block and a takeaway through 16:48 minutes.

Since returning from a hand injury just 10 games ago on Dec. 31, Fehervary has been playing a third-pairing role and operating alongside Matt Irwin and Alex Alexeyev. Recently, he's switched to playing on his off side and has been the right-handed shot after spending all of last year and the start of this year on the left.

When it comes to playing on the right, Fehervary said there's a few things to look out for, but it's nothing too crazy to deal with.

"I used to play on the right side a lot, like my last year in AHL, I played basically whole season on the right side. When I played in Sweden, I played the both sides," Fehervary said. 'I don't really care actually, it's just a little bit, because, [getting] used to because I haven't played for like two years so just have to get used to it. It's alright, just need to do a little bit quicker things and read the game a little bit better."

Through 36 games so far this season, No. 42 has four goals and five assists for nine points and a +/- of plus-3. He is also rising up the NHL hits leaderboard and has 119 hits so far this year.

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