Daily Archives: February 16, 2017

This Capitals Team is Even Better than Last Year’s Team

 I know what you’re thinking: “Oh no, not another one of these ‘convincers’ saying this team is different.” I’m not here to do that necessarily. I know there’s two types of Caps fans out there. There’s the “Oh they’re winning now, it … Continue reading

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Despite His Impressive Overall Numbers, Ovechkin is Struggling More than You Think

For the past four years, Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin has won the Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy as the league’s leading goal scorer, and each time,  he’s done so with 50 or more goals. However, The Great Eight is on pace … Continue reading

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Hershey Named One of America’s Best Hockey Towns

The annual study of the country’s best hockey towns ranks 118 cities and towns with NHL, AHL, ECHL or NCAA Division I men’s hockey teams. The study compared each of these places based on their fan intensity and quality of … Continue reading

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Avoiding the 43rd Scar: Preparing for Pittsburgh

Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images This is the fourth and final musing during the Capitals’ bye-week, which takes a closer look at the most challenging opponent the Caps may face in the postseason; more specifically, that team from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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