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The Capitals Gave Me and Allie a Birthday We’ll Never Forget

CAPITAL ONE ARENA – Me and my friend Allie have had some memorable birthdays from high school through our Radford days but not even our 21st could top what happened on Wednesday night at Capital One Arena. The Capitals came through and defeated the Penguins 2-1 thanks to T.J. Oshie‘s heroics but it was also […]

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T.J. Oshie Overcomes Injury Adversity to Lead Caps to Big Win Over Penguins

CAPITAL ONE ARENA – On Wednesday night the entire hockey world fixated on Washington D.C. as Alexander Ovechkin and Sidney Crosby went head-to-head in the latest chapter of the Capitals vs. Penguins rivalry. This game was epic and the Caps delivered a birthday present I will never forget as T.J. Oshie scored a game-winning goal […]

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The Pregame: Ovi and Sid Square Off on Wednesday Night Hockey

This was the game I circled on my calendar when the schedule came out. The Washington Capitals will take on the Pittsburgh Penguins on my birthday and we all would like nothing more than a win! For the first time since we took over the steps on Cinco de Mayo, the Penguins are coming to […]

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Playoffs 2018

Caps Road to the Cup, Top 10 Moments from the Playoffs #6: Alex Ovechkin Comes Up Clutch…. In Pittsburgh!

Alex Ovechkin and Sidney Crosby, two names that constantly get compared by hockey fans and media everywhere. After Crosby and the Penguins captured well… you know, Ovechkin looked to the lead the Capitals to the Stanley Cup. This game in particular gave me the belief that this would be a different year. I knew the […]

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Playoffs 2018

The “Little Things” Can Make a Big Difference in Winning

When watching hockey we know how simple it is, the team who scores more goals than the other team wins the game. But what some may not realize is sometimes it’s the little things that go into a play that brings success. There’s more to hockey and scoring goals than passing and shooting. If a […]

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The Ovechkin Crosby Phenomenon

The 2004 and 2005 NHL drafts set in motion a phenomenon that would forever change two hockey towns as two young men became franchise legends. The draft of first round pick Alexander Ovechkin in 2004 and of Sidney Crosby in 2005 turned them into competing faces of their franchises, the Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins. […]

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Caps, Preds, and Mutual Disdain for Penguins

Preds Loss is Like Losing All Over Again The Penguins had a celebration parade today after the Nashville Predators had to suffer through the Pittsburgh Penguins hoisting the Stanley Cup in their own arena. We felt their pain after watching the Washington Capitals lose to the Pens in game seven in our home. People we […]

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The Caps and Preds Connection

There is a special kind of connection between these two teams. Many Caps fans jumped on the Predators bandwagon as soon as the Capitals were knocked out of the playoffs by the Penguins. #anyonebuthePens. After all, our coach, Barry Trotz, was once their coach. They too were cursed with never getting past the second round. […]

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Let’s Talk Washington Capitals Coaches 

Every time the Caps fail to make it past Round Two of the NHL playoffs, the call for the coach’s head can’t be far away. This season is no different as we have begun to see the tweets in favor of replacing Barry Trotz are building as frustration is replacing tears and anger. So let’s […]

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