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The Origin of Gritty: The Story Behind the NHL’s Newest Mascot

With the Washington Capitals taking on the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday night at Capital One Arena, FiCP takes a look at the fascination behind the NHL’s newest furry friend. Ever since the Flyers have introduced their new mascot Gritty to the entire hockey world in late September, hockey fans worldwide have became obsessed with the […]

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Caps Post-Game Highlights

Capitals-Flyers Ovechkin Evens the Score

The Caps-Flyers game has had its moments. So so many times the Caps came close to scoring. Flyers got on the board first and the Capitals kept at it. Holtby has been grand! But it is our Captain that once again has elevated the game with a goal at the 19:43 mark. He now has […]

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Caps Post-Game Highlights

The Capitals came into game two looking to make the most of their home ice advantage, and it worked in their favor. The Flyers were short one Sean Couturier after suffering an reported bruised shoulder from a clean hit from Alex Ovechkin in game one. By the end of the game, Alex Ovechkin would sit […]

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Playoffs

Caps Look To Build Momentum in Game 2

What a first game by the Washington Capitals. Flat in the first period, Trotz and company woke up in the second on a goal by John Carlson then an insurance marker in the third by Jay Beagle while Holtby showed why he’s the Vezina front runner with a 2-0 shutout. The Caps outplayed and outshot the Flyers. […]

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Caps Post-Game Highlights

Caps Shutout Flyers in Game One Victory

Playoff hockey time! The Presidents’ Trophy winning Washington Capitals went to battle with the 2nd Wild Card Philadelphia Flyers. The game began with a moment of silence for the passing of late Flyers owner Ed Snider. First Period: Too Many Penalties The Capitals and Flyers started their first playoff series in eight years. The theme […]

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Calm Before the War 

The last mandatory practice before the first game matchup between the Flyers and the Caps took place April 13th. ICYMI the 10:15am practice on Thursday is now optional skate. The mood of the practice was light but the level of work put in by the guys was nothing short of their very best. We know […]

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Caps Post-Game Highlights

Capitals Fight Flyers and Officials but Lose in OT

  The first game in eight days (and the last one before the All-Star Break) for the Washington Capitals came when the Philadelphia Flyers took a trip to the Nations’s Capital for a Wednesday Night Rivalry game. Capitals defenseman John Carlson was back in the lineup, after missing 12 consecutive games. Also, defenseman Karl Alzner played […]

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Flyers and Caps Back After the Blizzard

PUCK-DROP IS 8:00 PM TONIGHT!!! The Washington Capitals return to the ice after being snowed out of two games (Anaheim and Pittsburgh)  this weekend. The Flyers missed their game against the Islanders and then proceeded to lose to the Bruins on Monday.  The Caps have won their last two games while the Flyers have lost […]

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