Daily Archives: February 2, 2017

Is It Time To Worry About The Capitals Penalty Kill?

It’s something that’s been a bit of a problem almost all year. Taking penalties. The Capitals rank in the top five in the NHL in minor penalties taken for the season and since December 5th, they lead the entire NHL … Continue reading

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Ted Leonsis Has Given Nicklas Backstrom Permission to Participate in 2018 Olympics

Since 1998, NHL players have been participants in the Winter Olympics held every four years. However, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman recently told the media at the NHL All-Star Game that he does not anticipate players participating next year. Capitals Owner … Continue reading

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The Awakening of Evgeny Kuznetsov: A Year of Extremes

Much has been made about Evgeny Kuznetsov’s quite finish to last season, and his extremely slow start to this season. A sophomore slump, hitting the wall, whatever you want to call it, to many in Caps Nation, the magic of … Continue reading

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Capitals Re-assign Stephenson to Hershey

Not a shocker, but the Washington Capitals have re-assigned forward Chandler Stephenson to the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL), senior vice president and general manager Brian MacLellan announced today.

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4 Reasons why the remaining schedule favors the Capitals

This season’s NHL schedule may be the craziest of all time. The implementation of new features such as the “compressed schedule” and the “bye-week”, coupled with typical NHL scheduling insanity, has resulted in a schedule that’s left many wondering if … Continue reading

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