Chicago Blackhawks Jujhar Khaira Stretchered Off The Ice After Hit By Jacob Trouba


Chicago Blackhawks forward Jujhar Khaira was stretchered off the ice Tuesday night following a hit by New York Rangers defenseman Jacob Trouba. Continue reading

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Review Of Vitek Vanecek’s And Ilya Samsonov’s Play After The First 26 Games Of the Capitals’ Season


We are now 26 games into the Washington Capitals 2o21-22 season. The team is 16-4-6 (38 points) which is good enough for first place in the Metropolitan Division. Continue reading

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“Bruce, There It Is!”: Canucks Fans Cheer For Bruce Boudreau And Canucks Following 4-0 Victory Over Kings

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It’s certainly been a tumultuous 48 hours in Canucks country. It all began on Saturday when fans chanted for firings and booed the Canucks off the ice following a 4-1 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins. Continue reading

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Ilya Kovalchuk Continues Efforts To Try And Lift Evgeny Kuznetsov’s Suspension From International Play In Time For Upcoming Olympics

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Former Washington Capitals forward and current manager of the Russian national hockey team, Ilya Kovalchuk, has been busy preparing for the upcoming Olympics in February. As part of his duties as manager of the National team, Kovalchuk is leading the charge to lift Evgeny Kuznetsov’s current suspension by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF). Continue reading

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Capitals Down Ducks, 4-3 (SO)

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The Washington Capitals downed the Anaheim Ducks, 4-3 in the shootout Monday night at Capital One Arena. The victory improves the Capitals record to 16-4-6 (38 points) on the season. They remain atop the Metropolitan Division, three points ahead of the New York Rangers. Continue reading

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A Century in Goals: Tom Wilson Scores 100th Career Goal

In a 2021-22 season that has seen a number of milestones and career highlights reached by members of the Washington Capitals, most notably Alex Ovechkin, other veterans, and the team’s youth infusion, it was only a matter of time before right wing Tom Wilson joined the list as he approached 100 career goals. In the first period of the team’s Monday night tilt against the Anaheim Ducks, No. 43 accomplished just that. Continue reading

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The Trade: Capitals Fan Gives T.J. Oshie A Doughnut For A Warmup Puck

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Washington Capitals forward T.J. Oshie made a fan’s night during pre-game warmups on Monday prior to their clash against the Anaheim Ducks. The young fan held up a poster that said he would give a doughnut…well, a doughnut plush to Oshie for a puck. Continue reading

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Ilya Samsonov Will Start Against Ducks, Garnet Hathaway In COVID-19 Protocol – News From Capitals’ Morning Skate


Following a much-deserved day-off for the team on Sunday, the Washington Capitals were back to work on Monday for morning skate in advance of their rematch with the Anaheim Ducks Monday night at Capital One Arena. Continue reading

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Capitals and The Wharf Announce “Capitals at The Wharf” Winter Programming; Now Open Through February

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The Washington Capitals and The Wharf announced today “Capitals at The Wharf,” a Capitals-themed setting located at The Wharf in Washington D.C. is now open and concludes in February. Continue reading

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Capitals’ Garnet Hathaway Unavailable Due to COVID-19 Protocol

Washington Capitals forward Garnet Hathaway is unavailable due to the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol the team announced on Monday morning. Continue reading

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