Month: December 2015

Caps Practice Shots

What to Expect: Caps-Habs Re-Match.

Caps Daily Glass Bump: Pregame 26 December 2015 Photos by Brittney Marcum The Washington Capitals will face the Montreal Canadiens for the second time this season. Last time we met T.J. Oshie earned himself two goals and helped bring the Caps a win. The Capitals are in a six-game winning streak and will be looking […]

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Caps Practice Shots

The Canadiens are Coming, The Canadiens are Coming…

When the 2015/16 season started all eyes were on Montreal and the nine-game winning streak that ended when they fell to the Vancouver Canucks on 27 October. Since then the Habs have gone in and out of the win column. They fly into Washington with a five-game losing streak, minus their starting goalie (Carey Price) […]

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Caps Practice Shots

Are the Caps that Good or is Everyone Else That Bad?

Washington sports fans have a habit of skepticism when it comes to winning. It has been a long time since we have had a championship team—we’ve come close but never taken it all the way. So as we look at the NHL standings today and see the Caps on top, we also keep hearing how […]

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Where the Fans Are

Perks of an STH: An Evening with John Walton and Mike Vogel

Washington Capitals season ticket holders received an early gift on Friday before witnessing the Caps-Bolts win. To kick-off the holiday celebration theme around Verizon Center, Caps Radio Voice host John Walton and Caps writer Mike Vogel (Dump ‘N Chase) talked with fans about the fun they are having covering this exciting time.  Here is a […]

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Where the Fans Are
Women and Hockey

Following Hockey for the Love of Hockey

We started this blog a month ago today because we love hockey and we love the Washington Capitals. We had contributed to another blog but it wasn’t our cup of tea. So we banded together a group of women who love hockey and here we are! As far as we know, we are the only […]

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Caps Post-Game Highlights

Alles Gut as the Caps Go on Holiday Break

This was the last Capitals game before the holiday break. Goaltender Philipp Grubauer was in the net and solid early in the game. He kept the Hurricanes from scoring first.   Michael Latta put in a rebound from an Andre Burakovsky shot for the Capitals first goal of the night in the first period. Even […]

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Caps Practice Shots

What to Expect: From NYC to Raleigh—Pre-Christmas Game Match-up.

Caps Daily Glass Bump: Pregame 21 December 2015 Photos by Brittney Marcum The Washington Capitals did it again! They came from behind for a solid win against the NY Rangers on Sunday night. The Caps will bring their stunning offensive and defensive scoring power to Raleigh on Monday.   No morning skate–we’ll see what the impact […]

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Caps Post-Game Highlights

Caps-Rangers: “Maybe I’m Amazed”

Even Sir Paul McCartney couldn’t inspire the NY Rangers as they fell to the Washington Capitals at Madison Square Gardens. The Caps did not have a morning skate, which may be something that will change because of poor first periods in the past two games. Justin Williams alluded to that as a contributing factor to […]

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Caps Practice Shots

What to Watch: Smiling Faces for Caps-Rangers Game Day Match-up.

Caps Daily Glass Bump: Pregame 20 December 2015 Photos by Brittney Marcum Washington Capitals held practice at Kettler Capitials Iceplex on Saturday in front of a huge crowd of fans. After practice, they signed autographs and talked to fans before rolling out to NYC to meet their rivals, the NY Rangers on Sunday. They did […]

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Where the Fans Are

Holiday Hockey Shopping Tips

Ok Cap’s fans—we have scoured the stores  for you in search of the best Washington Capitals and hockey gifts and have come up with a pretty short list. We found that the two best places to meet your apparel  and trinket needs are the Washington Team Store at Verizon Center and at Kettler Capitals  IcePlex. Next […]

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