Month: February 2016

All Things Caps

Missing Brooks Laich

We hockey fans are a passionate bunch. We wear our heart on our sleeves. We are quick to critique failure and even quicker to celebrate success. And usually we understand when a player needs to be traded from our favorite team and there is a social media buzz about the years they played with us. Caps […]

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Photo Gallery

Caps Go Wild; A Gallery

Here at FiCP we enjoy sharing different kinds of photos with you, our viewers. So if there is ever a specific photo of a player or player(s) you want to see just leave a comment below with your Instagram or Twitter handle and we will do our best to get it to you! Now on […]

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Caps Post-Game Highlights

Hawks Better the Caps in Windy City

Coach Trotz had to deal with a few changes and probably some emotions as he sent the team out to meet the Chicago Blackhawks. The Hawks were going through some of their own adjustments as well, which might have thrown them off their game a bit during the first period but they made up for […]

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Breaking News

WOOF WOOF BEAGLE IS BACK!!! (And lines changes for Hawks game)

Lots of happy dancing around Washington Capitals Land today as center Jay Beagle returns to the line up. There were hints Saturday that he could be in as soon as today and BAM there he is on the ice again. Beags has been preparing for his return for the past few weeks, gradually skating with […]

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All Things Caps

Hockey Traditions: Karl Alzner and Braden Holtby

Have you ever noticed what happens at the end of a game when the Washington Capitals win? Everyone lines up and does the head-tap with Braden Holtby. It a long-standing hockey tradition designed to honor the guy who took all the punishment in the net and kept the team in the game.   We have […]

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Caps Game Preview

Capitals and Blackhawks: Anybody’s Guess What Sunday Looks Like

GAME TIME IS 12:30 pm ET Washington Capitals: 45-11-4 Blackhawks: 38-20-5 Watch on NBC and listen 106.7 Sunday will be a day of unknowns and surprises as the Washington Capitals and Chicago Blackhawks settle in with line changes, new players, and the pressure of the trade deadline hanging over them. It isn’t clear right now […]

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All Things Caps
Breaking News

Waivers, Laich, and Beagle

The Washington Capitals announced on Saturday that they were placing Brooks Laich, the only player that has been with the team as long as Alexander Ovechkin, on waivers. With the return of center Jay Beagle seemingly around the corner, the Caps are finding they need to free up some room on the team salary cap. […]

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Photo Gallery

Caps-Habs Photo Gallery

Okay… so we’re a little behind in our gallery posts but today is catch up day! YAY! First up in our series of posts today is Montreal. Warm-ups: The bad guys: Game Shots: A few pre-game moments… Photos by Brittney Marcum and Mel Abernethy

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Caps Post-Game Highlights

Caps Tame the Wild

This win is the Capitals’ 45th win of the season, which matches their number of wins in the entirety of last season. The Capitals still have yet to lose two consecutive games in regulation. This season may have its bumps but it is still amazing. First Period: Another Slow Start The game started slow for […]

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Caps Game Preview

Caps-Wild Line Projections

It’s a cold and windy Friday night in Chinatown as the Minnesota Wild meet the Washington Capitals. Both teams are coming into the match after a loss. For the Wild, former Caps goalie Michal Neuvirth put a stop to their hopes for a fresh start with a last minute stretch save that surprised even his […]

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