Monthly Archives: May 2016

Decoding the Capitals: A Look at the Past, Present, and Future

An objective look at the mess of the Washington Capitals. Why have the Capitals fallen short in the playoffs for 2 years in a row? Continue reading

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Shades of ’09-’10: A Glimpse of the Next Generation of Capitals

Photo: Hershey Bears The parallels are eerily similar; the Capitals finish the regular season with the best record in the league, only to be eliminated from the playoffs earlier than expected.  In 2010, it was at the hands of the … Continue reading

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Kuznetsov Teaching Kids in his Hometown

Photos: Evgeny Kuznetsov spent part of his day on Tuesday giving back to the hockey community in his hometown. 

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Capitals Pre-Season Schedule Released

The Washington Capitals pre-season schedule has been released. 

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Calder Cup Preview – Hershey vs. Lake Erie

Previewing the 2016 Calder Cup – Hershey Bears vs. Lake Erie Monsters. 

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Summary of Recent Polls

Results from the end-of-season fans survey. 

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Hockey 101: The Origin of the Stanley Cup

The 2015-2016 Stanley Cup final round begins tonight with the Pittsburgh Penguins and San Jose Sharks battling for hockey’s ultimate prize: the Stanley Cup.

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Bears Weekly Report – Hershey Headed to Calder Cup Finals

The Hershey Bears are headed to the Calder Cup Finals! Those words have not been uttered since the 2009-2010 season when the Bears won their 11th Calder Cup, but after dispatching of the Toronto Marlies, the regular season’s best AHL … Continue reading

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Possibilities for the Caps 26th Draft Pick

In 2016, the Washington Capitals will get the 26th overall pick in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft by virtue of having the best regular season record but not qualifying for the “Top 4” in the playoffs.

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Crikey, He’s Fast!: If the Capitals Want Speed, Nathan Walker Has It

Washington Capitals After being outhustled in their second round loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Capitals General Manager Brian MacLellan emphasized the need for the team to get faster this offseason. 

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