Daily Archives: May 11, 2017

Bears Beat Bruins 2-1 in Overtime, Take 2-1 Series Lead

Photo: AHL The Hershey Bears’ Chris Bourque scored a pair of goals in Game 3 against the Providence Bruins Thursday night, including the overtime game winner, to give the Bears a 2-1 win and a 2-1 series lead in the … Continue reading

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With Their Season Over, the Caps Face A Massively Important Offseason With their Pending Free Agents

Photo: Washington Times While the Capitals nor their fans expected to be heading home early from the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the cold truth is that the team must move forward, and for General Manager Brian MacLellan, that starts with making … Continue reading

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Capitals “Break Down Day” Set for Friday

The Capitals will hold their annual end-of-season “break down day” on Friday. In addition to holding final meetings and player physicals, all Capitals players are scheduled to participate in their final media interviews. 

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Marcus Johansson Has Broken Finger, May Require Surgery

In an interview with Swedish news outlet, Aftonbladet, Capitals forward Marcus Johansson said he will not be participating in the World Championships due to a broken finger. 

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Ovechkin won’t join Russia at Worlds due to lower-body injury

The Russian Ice Hockey Federation confirmed today that Alex Ovechkin won’t join Russia at Worlds due to a “lower-body injury”. 

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Capitals versus Penguins – Game 7 Stats and Analysis

Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images For the Capitals, another season ends in the second round of The playoffs. The Capitals lost game 7  by a final score of 2-0. After six consecutive strong periods of play, the Caps failed to … Continue reading

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