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Monthly Archives: December 2016
After a home and home series with the New Jersey Devils, can the Washington Capitals open 2017 with a win against the Ottawa Senators? Continue reading
Zach Sanford scored the only goal for the Bears, a power play goal midway through the second period. Zach Sanford scored Hershey’s first goal of the game on the power play midway through the second period, but it was not … Continue reading
Since he entered the NHL, Capitals right wing Tom Wilson has become one of the most polarizing players in the game, primarily due to the enforcer-type reputation he’s developed in his first three seasons. And while the Caps envision him … Continue reading
The Capitals wrapped up the 2016 calendar with a convincing 6-2 win over the New Jersey Devils Saturday afternoon in Newark. The win raised the Capitals record to 21-9-5. The Caps return home to host the Ottawa Senators Sunday night at Verizon … Continue reading
Before the game with Bridgeport, Caps prospect and rookie goalie for the Hershey Bears, Vitek Vanecek accepts his CCM/AHL Player of the Week award from VP of Hockey Operations Bryan Helmer.
After their recent shootout loss to the Philadelphia Flyers and shootout loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning, I had grumbled about the performance of Braden Holtby in shootouts. He just lost another shootout to the last place New Jersey Devils.
The Caps hit the Kettler rink at 11:30 Friday morning for their final practice of 2016. The team is now en route to New Jersey in advance of their Saturday afternoon rematch with the Devils. Puck drop is 1:00PM.
The Capitals held their final practice of 2016 Friday morning at Kettler Capitals Iceplex. A few of the scenes from this morning:
After last night’s game in Syracuse, a couple of the Hershey Bears hit the ice for practice this morning. The goalies and the injured/scratched players were working hard on drills, but took some time to toss some pucks to the … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals fell to the New Jersey Devils 2-1 (SO) Tuesday night at Verizon Center. The loss dropped the Capitals record to 20-9-5. The Capitals next travel to Newark, New Jersey for a rematch with the Devils Saturday afternoon at Prudential Center. Puck drop is … Continue reading