Month: April 2018

All Things Caps
Breaking News

Caps Get Ready for Round Two: Schedule is Out

The NHL announced the Round Two schedule and the Capitals will face the Penguins for the first game on Thursday, 26 April at 7 pm in Washington. It will be televised on NBCSN, unfortunately. The Sharks and Golden Knights will meet for the first time at 10 pm ET later that night. Friday the Jets […]

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Playoffs 2018
Washington Capitals News

Capitals Win the First Round: Outstanding Players

Despite losing the first two games of the series at home, the Washington Capitals won the other four consecutively to win the series against the Columbus Blue Jackets in six games. Now, for the third time in a row, they’ll face their archrival Pittsburgh Penguins in Round 2. The Capitals, ranked first in the Metropolitan […]

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Caps Game Preview

Caps Tonight

It isn’t actuality do or die for the Capitals tonight, but it sure feels like it. It would be so much better for the team to return to DC with a 2-2 round tie. The struggles for the team are real. It is highly likely that at least a couple of the top players are […]

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Playoffs

Caps are back in it and fans are breathing again.

So the Capitals won their third game in the first round–in OT, after losing two in OT. There is a sense of relief that they won one and have to come home for a Game Five on Saturday. Just need to get through game four now. Three games in OT?? That hasn’t left most fans […]

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Caps Game Preview
Caps Practice Shots

Practice Lines Look to be Capitals Playoff Lines

Wednesday afternoon, Coach Trotz said that the lines we have seen the last couple of days at practice will most likely be the lines for the playoffs. Of course, that could change with the return of Jay Beagle or maybe even Travis Boyd. Beags skated without the team on the Arlington Rink and could be […]

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Capitals First Round Prediction by stats

Thursday starts Washington’s first-round series against Columbus. This will undoubtedly be a hard fought game on both ends. The real question though is: who will end up winning? Stats show a lot about what has happened and what will happen. You know the saying: history tends to repeat itself. We Caps fans have seen over […]

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Jay Beagle Getting Closer to Caps Return

Jay Beagle is getting closer and closer to joining the team for the playoffs. We watched him skate for a bit on Wednesday. He looked good to us as he skated and fired off some pucks. We didn’t watch too long as it was clear he wanted to be “all by himself.” Jay sustained an […]

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Playoffs

Capitals Playoffs Coming into Focus

Tuesday was the first official postseason practice for the Washington Capitals. There was much anticipation about the goalie selection, as well as which injured players might return to the ice. We drew a sigh of relief with the appearance of TJ Oshie who has not been on the ice for a little bit of time.

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Playoffs

Capitals Pre-playoff Angst and Drama

Saturday the Capitals wrapped up the regular season and by Sunday we had a schedule. What we didn’t know, and still don’t, is which goaltender would be in front of the net. And we still don’t know! Add to that concerns about TJ Oshie and Jay Beagle. The Caps held an optional practice today and […]

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Where the Fans Are

Caps Fan For A Night

A few days ago Friends in Cold Places offered me a ticket to the last Caps game before the Playoffs begin and I accepted. I was excited because for once I would be attending the game as a fan and not working it in the PWC Club.

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