Daily Archives: April 6, 2017

Hershey Bears Rally to Defeat Phantoms in OT (Photos)

After losing to the Phantoms on Sunday, the Hershey Bears had a chance for redemption in a Wednesday night battle in the Lehigh Valley. The matchup was even more important as the Bears are looking to get back into a … Continue reading

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The Capitals Help You Get Ready to Rock the Red with Tons of Activities

Alex Brandon/AP It’s that time of year again! The Capitals are back in the playoffs looking to deliver the city of Washington their first Stanley Cup. With the city getting behind the team, the Capitals announced plenty of events for … Continue reading

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Master of the Mask: Braden Holtby Continues to Build His Legacy with Another Strong Season

When he first became a household name during the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby was nothing more than a goalie who put himself in the national spotlight due to a strong performance. Flashforward five years later, and … Continue reading

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The Atlantic Division – Oh, What a Mess It Is

¬†With just two weekends left to determine which of the five teams earn playoff spots, the Atlantic Division is a jumbled mess. Frontrunner Wilkes-Barre/Scranton has clinched their spot, but Hershey’s overtime victory over Lehigh Valley has kept it a tight … Continue reading

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Boyd, Vanecek, and Walker Shine in Dreary Week for Hershey

It’s hard not to compare the performances of previous weeks to last week’s and be disappointed by the numbers and outcome, but while the team stumbled through the weekend, we’d still like to take a look at three bright spots … Continue reading

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What’s Different From Last Season? Breaking Down the Last 20 Games

This may come as a bit of a surprise to some, but should the Capitals win their final two games this season, Washington would exactly match last season’s record of 56-18-8 (120 points). So what’s different between the two seasons? … Continue reading

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