Islanders

All Things Caps
Playoffs 2019

We’ve Never Been Here Before: Capitals Game One Round One Playoffs

We have never been here before. Round One as the NHL Stanley Cup Defending Champions, not just the Washington Capitals. It feels different. We want to win like we did last summer. We have the taste of victory.

Read More
All Things Caps
Capitals Postgame 2018/19

That’s A Wrap: Caps Fall to Islanders in Last Regular Season Game

It has been an amazing regular season for the Washington Capitals who ended as the Metropolitan Division Champions for the fourth season in a row. It was one last regular season match between old friends Barry Trotz and Todd Reirden; now foes on the ice and new rivals as the Isles shutout the Caps 3-0.

Read More
All About Hockey and the Capitals
All Things Caps
Caps Game Preview
Caps News 2019
Caps Pregame 2018/19
Washington Capitals News

The Pregame: Barry Trotz Returns to D.C.

The Washington Capitals are back home looking to snap a three-game slide when they host the New York Islanders for a 7:30 p.m. puck drop. This contest isn’t just your ordinary Metropolitan Division matchup, however, instead it marks the return of an important figure that led the Capitals to championship greatness. Barry Trotz coached the […]

Read More
Hershey Bears News
Player Analysis & News

Hershey Bears Spotlight: Aaron Ness

Aaron Ness recently signed a brand new one-year two-way contract with the Caps/Bears worth $425,000 in the AHL and $625,000 should he be brought up to the Caps. Aaron started his hockey career playing at USHS-MN system from 2005 through 2008. He joined the US National U18 team in 2008, alongside Cam Fowler, Nick Leddy, […]

Read More
All Things Caps
Around the NHL

No Shortage of Good Goalies Looking for Contracts, Including Caps Grubauer

The writing is on the wall – it is highly likely that Philipp Grubauer will not return to the Washington Capitals as a back-up goalie.  Brian MacLellan said as much on Wednesday during the media interviews. Grubi wants, and deserves, a starting spot. So what are the likely options being touted about? How about replacing […]

Read More
Where the Fans Are

Caps Open Somewhat Dull – Fan Perspective from Chris Cleveland 

I really was not too impressed with the Caps  opening night for a few different reasons. The night seemed to be off to a great start with the red carpet event. I wasn’t at it my self, but it looked pretty fun and was fairly crowded. Some of the guys’ suites were on point. Oshie […]

Read More
All Things Caps
Where the Fans Are

Caps Home Opener: Full Day of Celebrations

Finally, we are turning the DMV R E D!! The Caps home opener against the Islanders starts at 7 pm but there is plenty to do before then. Sign up, if you haven’t already for the 8 am Best Buddies – Strolling with Nolan Caps Team – walk. Details are here. Check out morning skate […]

Read More
All Things Caps

Chimera Comes Home

Jason Chimera came home, albeit in an Islanders jersey. He even looks a little sad…we know we are.  But he took time to make one little girls excited with a puck! What a guy!!’

Read More
All Things Caps
Playoffs

History Repeating: Caps Knocked Out of 2nd Round…Again

Was it a dream? Unfortunately it was not as the Washington Capitals, the NHL’s best team in the regular season, got ousted once again by the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 6 in a overtime 4-3. This makes them 1-8 all-time in series vs. Pittsburgh. The Caps have not been very successful in the playoffs since […]

Read More