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Braden Holtby stonewalled Pittsburgh for most of game, Andre Burakovsky scored twice, and Washington outshot and out-skated Pittsburgh in a dominant performance on the road in Game 6. The series shifts back to D.C. for a winner-take-all final contest Wednesday night at Verizon Center. This is a developing story. It will be updated.