Daily Archives: April 4, 2017

Capitals Bag Leafs 4-1

Mark Blinch/NHLI via Getty Images The Washington Capitals beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-1 Tuesday night at Air Canada Centre. The win raised the Capitals’ record to 53-18-8 (114 points). The Capitals “magic number” is down to one. The Capitals finally … Continue reading

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John Carlson A Late Scratch, Nate Schmidt Returns to the Lineup

When the puck dropped at Air Canada Centre at the beginning of the Capitals’ contest against the Toronto Maple Leafs, defenseman John Carlson was not on the Washington bench. Shortly afterwards, it was announced that the veteran blueliner was sidelined … Continue reading

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The Mask: The Short, Eventful Capitals Career of Jim Carey

Photo: Washington Capitals Throughout their 42-year history, the Capitals have had their fair share of one-hit wonders, players who have tremendous seasons and become a household name one year, only to regress and fall into anonymity. Jim Carey was one … Continue reading

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Game Preview: Capitals @ Maple Leafs

Can the Washington Capitals conclude their 5-game road trip on a high note as they take on the Toronto Maple Leafs? Continue reading

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Capitals Daily Report: Caps Could Clinch Metropolitan Division and President’s Trophy Tonight

Photo: @Capitals Yes, you heard that correctly. The Capitals can end the battle for the Metropolitan Division and turn their focus to the playoffs if two things happen tonight: Washington wins in Toronto in regulation or overtime and the Blue … Continue reading

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Alex Ovechkin Says He’s Still Going to the Olympics

Yesterday the NHL announced that their players won’t be participating in the 2018 Winter Olympics. The announcement was met with much criticism from fans and players alike. Alex Ovechkin has made it known that he will represent his country in … Continue reading

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Beck Malenstyn, Washington’s 5th Round Pick from 2016, Joins Bears

Source: Derek Leung/Getty Images North America Beck Malenstyn, Washington’s fifth round selection in the 2016 NHL Draft has joined the Hershey Bears according to a press release today. 

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Tale of the Tape: Week Ending April 2, 2017

Jay LePrete/Associated Press A week ago, NoVa Caps looked at the Tale of the Tape for the Metropolitan Division’s top three teams: the Capitals, Pittsburgh Penguins, and Columbus Blue Jackets. Quite a few things have changed since then, and in … Continue reading

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