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Caps Fans Care

Every now and then, when an opposing team scores – in just about any arena – there are a number of fans who think it’s cool to yell “Who Cares!?!?” as the announcer names the person responsible. It sounds something like this: Announcer: “Washington Capitals Score! Alex Ovechkin scored the goal at 12:55 in the […]

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Heck of a Home Opener Photo Gallery

As you all know, the Caps had their home opener yesterday. And boy did they kick some Canadien butt! The Caps once again held their annual red carpet right outside the main entrance of Capital One Arena, and the boys were looking sharp per usual:   And we know you all want to see Tom […]

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Caps Game Preview

The History of The Capitals Penguins Rivalry

Tonight we are playing the Pittsburgh Penguins. To most of the NHL the Penguins are infamous for their players and their cup wins. To us they’re infamous for Sidney Crosby and the times we have played against each other in the playoffs. I’m going to dive into the history of the rivalry. This is a […]

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Caps Post-Game Highlights

Caps Silence Blues in 4-3 Win

Tonight’s 4-3 was a struggle for power between the Capitals and the Blues, exchanging far too many penalties but using their tremendous goalies to stay afloat. This game also saw the return of Lars Eller after he came down with an upper body injury after the Red Wings game. In the end, though, the Caps […]

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Caps Post-Game Highlights

Jackets Zip Up Caps Again, 3-2 

With Tj Oshie and Lars Eller listed as day-to-day the Caps lines took another adjustment: 90-19-14, 8-92-65, 28-83-43, 26-82-10. Defense: 9-74, 27-2, 44-88. Chorney was scratched again. Holtby vs. Bobrovsky in the opposing nets.  Nicky Backstrom got things going with a wrist shot through Bobrovsky to score first for the Caps. Caps PR tweeted out […]

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Playoffs

Caps Not Done Yet, Back to Pittsburgh 

The Capitals brought the second round back to DC and extended the series to a sixth game with a great win!  Head coach Barry Trotz shuffled up the forward lines: Evgeny Kuznetsov moved up to the first line with Alex Ovechkin and T.J.Oshie (a.k.a TKO line); Andre Burakovsky, Nicklas Backstrom and Marcus Johansson formed the […]

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Playoffs

Round Two Stimga: Caps Keep Coming Back

Yea, we all know the Caps history. We use the appearance of their star player Alex Ovechkin in 2005 as a starting milestone since many of our friends think the team’s success rests on the shoulders of Ovi. So, here’s where they stand: They have made it to round 3 conference finals, oh never… They have […]

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Playoffs

Caps-Pens Renew Playoff Rivalry in Game 1

Alex Ovechkin has one simple request for fans and the media: don’t make this about Alex Ovechkin vs. Sidney Crosby. The Caps face off against their arch rivals from Pittsburgh in the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals for the first time since 2009, when both Sid and Alex scored hat tricks in Game 2 of the series. Caps friends will […]

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Playoffs

Caps NHL Playoffs Round2 Practice in Photos

The Washington Capitals hit the ice again in front of a crowd of excited fans on Tuesday. We had a lot of fun capturing the best players the league: Tom Wilson was all coy skating by himself on the ice while he waited for his teammates to join him. Evgeny Kuznetsov thought it was hilarious […]

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