Madison Bowey and Tyler Lewington Score First NHL Goals in Caps Win Over Sens

The Washington Capitals defeated the Ottawa Senators for the second consecutive Saturday 3-2 in Ottawa to win their fourth game in a row. This big road victory had a couple of milestones for two young defensemen Tyler Lewington and Madison Bowey. Each notched their first career NHL goals, the first time in Capitals franchise history that two defensemen scored their first NHL goals in the same game.  Continue reading “Madison Bowey and Tyler Lewington Score First NHL Goals in Caps Win Over Sens”

Nate Schmidt Makes His Old Team Pay, Caps Fall 5-3 to the Vegas Golden Knights

michael banner 2A Stanley Cup Finals rematch happened on Tuesday night at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The Washington Capitals returned to the scene of the place where they captured their first Stanley Cup but the Vegas Golden Knights didn’t feel too well welcoming the Stanley Cup champs in their house. They got revenge in the rematch with a 5-3 win with the game-winning goal coming from….. Nate SchmidtContinue reading “Nate Schmidt Makes His Old Team Pay, Caps Fall 5-3 to the Vegas Golden Knights”

Caps Road Trip Roundup: Injuries, Controversy, and Intense Games

michael banner 2The Washington Capitals have recently concluded a four-game road trip with stops in Minnesota, Winnipeg, Colorado, and Montreal. FiCP takes a look at what was a roller-coaster type week.  Continue reading “Caps Road Trip Roundup: Injuries, Controversy, and Intense Games”

Capitals All Smiles at Practice

After a dismal loss to the Flyers on Saturday the Caps were back at practice Monday. They had Sunday off to regroup and they were all smiles on the ice, putting the past behind and looking ahead. Everyone, except Eller, was on the ice today. Eller is sick and iffy for Tuesday’s game.

There were some great Holtby moments…

Practice is all about the coaches setting a strategy in play:

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Washington Capitals Clear the House: Who’s Left?

The Capitals, as expected, made a slew of cuts on Sunday morning. No big surprises.

Here’s who is still on the training camp roster


Riley Barber – Hershey Bears. He looked good on Saturday which probably earned him more time.

Travis Boyd – Hershey Bears. He seems to be a favorite. He has some good hands and is a smooth skater.

Alex Chiasson – He is looking for a new spot in the NhL and with the only goal on Saturday, he deserves more time.

Tyler Graovac – He certainly has proved himself deserving of more time after Friday. He was the only standout player in a shutout game.

Liam O’Brien – This Hershey Bear has long been on the Caps radar. He could be ready.

Anthony PelusoThe man from Manitoba is hoping for an NHL position. He has a lot of grit, which ended him in the box twice on Friday.

Zach Sill – Hershey Bears. We are still out on this one.

Chandler Stephenson –  surprised that he is still here. We would like to see more consistency from him.

Jakub Vrana – Hershey Bears. He is our front runner and most of you seem to agree. He is slick, fierce, and the most consistent of any prospects.

Nathan Walker – Hershey Bears. This guy from OZ is pretty spectacular too. He may be short but he makes up for it in tenacity and the will to score.

Defensemen/ Goalies:

Madison Bowey – Hershey Bears. Our top pick for defenseman. We look forward to seeing more in the next week or so.

Christian Djoos – Hershey Bears. Grabs attention but he is a bit inconsistent. We want to like him for the Caps but aren’t there yet.

Jyrki Jokipakka – From Finland. Hasn’t stood out for us yet. We’ll be watching to see why he stayed.

Aaron Ness – Hershey Bears. Coach seems to like him. The media likes him. We aren’t impressed enough. What are we missing?

Jonas Siegenthaler– Hershey Bears. Ok we like him. He may not have matured into an NHL player yet, but we have high hopes for him.

Colby Williams – Hershey Bears. We admit, he hasn’t been tops on our radar. We are a little baffled by this.

Pheonix Copley – Hershey Bears. The third goalie. If Grubi leaves next season we would expect him to move up to number two.

Parker Milner – Hershey Bears/South Carolina – He will be spending more time in training with the goalie coaches.

Tyler Lewington– Does well for Hershey, personally we don’t see him making the cut just yet.

So that is that for today. Camp and the next three preseason should show us who is prime for some NHL hockey. Follow us on twitter: @incoldplacesdc for updates and more video and photos.