Month: February 2018

Around the NHL

Capitals Do Nothing at Trade Deadline to Change it Up…

NHL Trade deadline has ended any Washington Capitals sit tight while other teams make some big changes.

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Caps Practice Shots

Capitals Practice: Sunday Photos

The Capitals were on the ice at Kettler late Sunday morning following a big win over the Sabres on Saturday night (5-1). Everyone was there, at least at the start of practice. Tom Wilson came out. Skated around a bit. Hit a few pucks at our photographer Brittney. Skated off. Came back and talked to […]

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Capitals Postgame 2017/18

Road Trip Round Up for the Caps

The Washington Capitals conclude their long road trip in Buffalo, New York with a 3-2 win over the Sabres. This was by far the better game than the one prior in the Windy City. Overall, the Caps came up winning two of the four games.     First game against the Winnipeg Jets was a […]

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All Things Caps

Jekyll or Hyde: The Caps Season To Date and Why it May be a Good Thing – The Defense

Part 1 of 3 As the 62nd game of the season is fast approaching lets look at the Washington Capitals season so far and what we should expect over the last 20 games heading into the playoffs. For the record, as long as the team is playing well heading into the playoffs, I could care […]

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Caps Game Preview

Inside the Caps Opponent : the Wild’s Matt Dumba

The Capitals have been getting some offence from the back end this season with John Carlson registering 45 points which sits him in 3rd overall for DMan scoring in the league. However there is a significant drop off past Carlson when you consider Orlov’s 20 points put him 2nd on the Caps defensman but 56th […]

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Caps Game Preview

Inside the Caps Opponent : Winnipeg Jets Josh Morrissey

Tonight the Capitals are in Manitoba where they will find a team much different then last years squad. Washington and the Winnipeg Jets both are battling for top spot in their respective divisions and this is a great match up to see where Caps fit versus a strong Western Conference team. The Jets are one […]

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Caps Pregame 2017-18

Bundle up, Caps cold roadie ahead

After the incomplete comeback loss yesterday at Capital One Arena to the Detroit Red Wings, the Washington Capitals prepare for a cold road trip out west. Here is a quick preview of the teams and who to watch out for.     First stop on Tuesday is in Manitoba, where the Caps will play “the […]

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All Things Caps

Caps ink Lars Eller to five-year extension

Yesterday morning, the Washington Capitals announced that they have reached an agreement with 3rd line center Lars Eller to a lengthy five-year contract. He will earn $3.5 million per season and complete the contract by 2022-2023 with $17.5 million, which is the full payout.   Eller has been a critical contributor to the Caps’ success since […]

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Inside the Caps Opponent : Seth Jones

The Capitals return home to face the Columbus Blue Jackets and will once again look to put more points between them and the Blue Jackets who are fighting to stay in a playoff position. The Jackets have always been a thorn in the side of the Caps and one player who can help control a […]

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