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Playoffs

Worried about Kuzy?  Not Us.

At the end of the first round of the NHL Playoffs there was a lot of discussion about Evgeny Kuznetsov and his seemingly lack of play during the playoffs. Some sportscasters expressed extreme worry–others said it highlights his inexperience. Ok – so lets look at the numbers. In six games he scored one goal on a power play. In […]

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Playoffs

Neuvy Goes all Holtbeast on Caps

So, the Caps had a little surprise when former teammate Michal Neuvirth stepped in between the posts. We thought we knew this guy, based on his years with the Hershey Bears and the Washington Capitals. We were wrong. He has matured into a true NHL lead goaltender, like his old friend Braden Holtby. In the […]

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Caps Hope to Solve Neuvy in Game 6

Puck drops at high Noon on NBC for Game 6. Here we go again. We were hoping this team was nothing like past Capitals’ teams that had commanding leads in the series only to blow them. They can still prove us right by stealing Game 6 in Philly Sunday. You can’t fault the Caps for their game […]

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Playoffs

No Brooms Tonight- Caps Lose to Flyers

The Washington Capitals looked to end the Philadelphia Flyers’ season with a fourth consecutive win in Philadelphia–no such luck. Defenseman Brooks Oprik did not play due to an upper-body injury and Taylor Chorney came into the lineup. On the other side, former Capitals goaltender Michal Neuvirth was in net for the Flyers. Neuvy seemed to be the […]

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Caps Game Preview

Capitals and Flyers Lineup Projection: The Carlson Return?

The Caps will be aiming to wow fans again with its 13th consecutive win at home tonight. They have the longest home winning streak in the NHL and with 13 wins will tie the franchise record set during the 2009/10 season, according to Caps Today. The first place Washington Capitals meet the struggling Flyers for […]

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Caps Game Preview

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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Bringing Neuvy Back: Caps and Flyers Goalie Matchup

  One-time Caps and Hershey Bear’s goalie, Michal Neuvrith may finally be in the net against his former teammates on Wednesday. Michal started his pro career with the Caps and when he left had a .910 save percentage. He now has a .934 save percentage and often leads the league in that category. Unfortunately, he […]

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