Penguins 4, Capitals 3: Rookie defenseman Olli Maatta scored with 1:54 left in the third period and Pittsburgh set a franchise record with its 13th consecutive home victory.Maatta's wrist shot from the top of the left circle beat a screened Michal Neuvirth as the Penguins defeated Washington for the sixth consecutive time and eclipsed the record of 12 straight home wins set from Feb. 22-March 30, 2013. Jussi Jokinen scored the tying tally with 8:25 to play, defenseman Kris Letang and Taylor Pyatt added goals and Marc-Andre Fleury turned aside 25 shots for his NHL-leading 27th win.Captain Alex Ovechkin scored his league-leading 34th goal, Brooks Laich notched a short-handed tally and Jason Chimera scored for the second contest in a row as Washington dropped its third straight game (0-1-2). Neuvirth made 33 saves for the Capitals, who never trailed until the 19-year-old Maatta's game-winner.Ovechkin gave Washington the lead at 8:35 of the third, picking up his stick after it was knocked out of his hands and beating Fleury glove side seconds later with a one-timer from the right circle. The Penguins tied it exactly three minutes later when Brandon Sutter slid a crossing pass in front that defenseman Dmitry Orlov got his stick on, but Jokinen swept it into the net for his 13th goal.Letang atoned for a weak defensive play on Laich's first-period goal with the tying tally midway through the second, finishing a 4-on-2 break with a shot that deflected off Nicklas Backstrom's stick and knuckled past Neuvirth. Chimera redirected a dazzling pass by Marcus Johansson 4 1/2 minutes later, but the Penguins had an immediate response when Maatta set up Pyatt for a one-timer from that slot to make it 2-2 entering the third. GAME NOTEBOOK: Penguins captain Sidney Crosby extended his home point streak to 17 games with an assist on Letang's tally, giving him at least one point in 22 of 23 games at Consol Energy Center. ... Johansson collected a pair of assists while Laich's goal marked only the second short-handed tally surrendered by the Penguins this season. ... Pyatt, claimed off waivers from the New York Rangers on Jan. 2, scored his first goal since April 23.