Month: January 2017

All Things Caps
Caps Post-Game Highlights

Caps End 2017 14-Game Regulation Winning Streak in Loss to Ottawa

The Washington Capitals went to the Canadian capital Tuesday  to keep it’s 14-game point streak, but fell to the Ottawa Senators in Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa, Ontario. It was the Caps’ first regulation loss  this year. Since 29 Oct. 2016, the Capitals didn’t know what losing looked like. In regulation, at least. During this […]

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Stats for Back to Back Games

In the past two weeks we have had two pairs of back to back games. This season we have played 7 back to back games altogether. Tuesday night we lost to the Senators 3-0 as the second game of a back to back. The night before we beat the Hurricanes 6-1. Back to back games […]

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The Week That Was

At the End of the Road, Caps beat the Stars and Break a Taboo Since 2008

In three games on the road, the Caps have collected five of six points. Differently compared to that nine-win streak, two of these three games were really tough. The Caps were able to remain the only team in the league with single digit in losses (nine). The first game on the road, a wild one against […]

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Thinking About Potential Trades…

Chris Cleveland has given some thought to what the Caps might do about trades for the coming season.  What about trading Karl Alzner, Tom Wilson, or even  Dan Winnik and throw in a draft pick to seal the deal??  Imagine if the Caps picked up Matt Duchene or Gabriel Landeskog from the Avs? Those names […]

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Caps’ Streak Ends in 8-7 (OT) Loss to Penguins. What Did the 10 Last Games Show Us?

Monday night the Capitals’ streak came to an end. But nobody could ever guess how it would be. After a wild game in the Steel City, tied 7-7 in regulation, the Penguins won in OT. The last 10 games, with nine wins, show us a lot about the Caps’ development as a team. Monday  was […]

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Grubi Shutout, Nine Wins, and Flyers Loss in Photos

Ok, lets keep this simple. The Philadelphia Flyers flew into Washington DC after a 6-3 loss to the Boston Bruins on Saturday hoping to end the Caps eight game streak. It didn’t happen! Here is proof that the Flyers were there: photos from pre-game skate. The Flyers stated with Steve Mason in the net. That […]

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Women and Hockey

FiCP Goes to Hockey N’ Heels

By Brittney Marcum Hockey N’ Heels 2017, hosted by Courtney Laughlin, was in my opinion, much improved from 2016. The previous year the Caps only used one of Kettler’s rinks; however, this year they utilized both, making the sessions much less rushed and giving us time to truly enjoy them. Once again there were three […]

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Congrats Again Nicklas Backstrom

The Washington Capitals and their fans had a chance to show Nick Backstrom just how proud they are of his accomplishment: 500 career assists in 691 NHL games. He is the first Cap player to record 500 assists, the second fastest Swedish player to record 500 assists, third fastest current player with 500 assists, and […]

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Caps Hockey Community
Where the Fans Are

We’ve Got Friends in Hot Places Too: FiCP Welcomes Luis to the Team

A few weeks back our contributor and Twitter King Chris Cleveland was complaining that he needed another guy on our girl team. I knew he was right but we also wanted to make sure we added the right person. And then it came to me; ask Luís Felipe Rodrigues, better known by many of you […]

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Caps Silence Hawks in Six Goal Shutout!!

What can we say about tonight? The Caps blew us away–we can only imagine what it was like in the Blackhawks locker room after Braden Holtby held off all attempts at scoring and the entire team came together to wow the crowd at Verizon. We saw it during warmups–the guys just had that look of […]

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