Month: September 2018

All Things Caps
Hershey Bears News

Hershey Bears And Fans Warming up for New Season

Our newest contributor Sue Snavely- bringing highlights from the Hershey Bears!! Here are her first preseason impressions. As I anticipate seeing the Hershey Bears play their second preseason game later today, I can’t help but be proud of this organization. Last season may not have had the outcome they wanted but their parent club won […]

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All Things Caps
Playoffs 2018

Caps Road to the Cup, Top 10 Moments from the Playoffs #4: Lars Eller’s Beautiful-Ugly Goal that Kept the Season Alive

There was no way this game wasn’t going to make it on here. It may have been the most important game of the Washington Capitals’ playoff run. I attended Game 2 of the first round series against the Columbus Blue Jackets and just like the previous game, the Caps faltered in overtime. Additionally, they blew […]

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All Things Caps
Playoffs 2018

Caps Road to the Cup, Top 10 Moments from the Playoffs #5: “The Save”

The hardest part about ranking these is that there will be some disagreements with the way I ordered it. Plus I had to leave out six games, and that’s always tough deciding which ones make the cut and which ones don’t. But this was a no-brainer. It’s a save that every Caps fan should have […]

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All Things Caps
Caps News 2018
Caps Pregame 2018/19

Caps Street Viewing Party for Banner Raising!

Good news for fans who aren’t able to be inside Capital One Arena for the Caps home opener and the raising of the 2018 Washington Capitals Stanley Cup banner. It was announced today that the ceremony and home opener against the Boston Bruins will be broadcast on the G Street outdoor video board!  Per the […]

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All Things Caps
Capitals History
Playoffs 2018

Caps Road to the Cup, Top 10 Moments from the Playoffs #6: Alex Ovechkin Comes Up Clutch…. In Pittsburgh!

Alex Ovechkin and Sidney Crosby, two names that constantly get compared by hockey fans and media everywhere. After Crosby and the Penguins captured well… you know, Ovechkin looked to the lead the Capitals to the Stanley Cup. This game in particular gave me the belief that this would be a different year. I knew the […]

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All Things Caps
Playoffs 2018

Caps Road to the Cup, Top 10 Moments from the Playoffs #7: Stanley Cup Finals Action Returns to DC

  Many fans waited their whole lifetime for this night. Others waited 20 years. Either way, it was a” lit night” as the kids would say. The Stanley Cup Finals returned to Washington, D.C. on the first Saturday of June. Fresh off their first ever Stanley Cup Finals game win in franchise history, the Caps […]

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Capitals Training Camp 2018
Caps News 2018

Capitals Training Camp Competition Continues on Sunday

The Capitals held training camp on Sunday morning after a day off and following the loss of their fourth preseason game on Friday. Todd Reirden spoke after camp and repeatedly said he is happy with the performance of veteran players.  He said we can expect to see more of them begin to play in the […]

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All Things Caps
Capitals Training Camp 2018

Capitals 7th Defenseman, Who should It Be?

The Washington Capitals six active defensemen are probably already decided, but questions loom on whom head coach Todd Reirden should choose as a “depth guy” for the blue line. So far this preseason, a few have plead their case on why they should be the one if they don’t sign someone off the free agent […]

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All Things Caps
Capitals Training Camp 2018
Caps Pregame 2018/19

Capitals on the Road to Montreal for Third Preseason

The Capitals will play their third preseason game Thursday in Montreal and are hoping this will be their first win. They last traveled to Habs country March 24 where they took the win with a 6-4 lead at the Bell Centre.

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All Things Caps
Capitals Training Camp 2018
Hershey Bears News

O’Brien and Hobbs Fighting for a Spot on Capitals Roster

It was obvious in Tuesday night’s preseason game that Liam O’Brien and Connor Hobbs wanted to standout in their performance. What better way than to drop their mits and go at it.

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