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Daily Archives: November 4, 2017
The woes for the Hershey Bears continue after another home loss to the Toronto Marlies. The Bears are now 3-6-0-2 in their first 11 games. I can’t say that the Hershey Bears look bad – they’re playing well. I just … Continue reading
Photo by Steve Babineau/NHLI via Getty Images The Capitals had a tough first month of the season as they ended October with a 5-6-1 record, which also included a poor 1-3 record on their home ice. The Capitals entered the … Continue reading
The Capitals beat the Bruins for the 10th straight meeting 3-1, getting two goals from Tom Wilson and another by Alex Ovechkin. Washington was able to string consecutive wins together for the first time since October 5 and 7, the … Continue reading
After a thrilling, but ultimately heartbreaking visit to Rochester on Friday night, the Hershey Bears (3-5-0-1) returned home to host the Toronto Marlies (7-3-0-0) at Giant Center on Saturday night. The Marlies would take this one 4-1.
Photo: @Capitals The Washington Capitals (6-6-1) held morning skate this morning at TD Garden in Boston. The Caps and Bruins (5-3-3) will faceoff tonight at 7:00 PM. The full game preview can be found here.