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What Should The Capitals Do With Philipp Grubauer?

The Washington Capitals are doing better this season than anyone thought they would with the amount of key players lost in the offseason. Currently sitting five points above any team in the competitive Metropolitan Division and third in the league … Continue reading

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The Capitals Don’t Let The Rust Affect Them

Photo by Patrick McDermott/NHLI via Getty Images It’s rare that hockey teams in the NHL have several days off between games. Usually it’s only one or two days, maybe three, but anything longer than that is rare. For the Capitals, … Continue reading

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Capitals Prospect Summary For The 2018 World Junior Chmpionships; Fjallby, Geisser Impress

Photo: Aftonbladet Every year the best under 20-year-old kids in hockey get together to play in the IIHF World Junior Championships. This year’s tournament took place in Buffalo, New York, with Team Canada taking home Gold. Team USA finished with … Continue reading

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The Capitals Showed Their Character In Comeback Win Against Ducks

“That was fun.” That’s how head coach Barry Trotz started his post-game presser following the Anaheim Ducks game Saturday night. And he wasn’t wrong. After being down 0-2 after two periods, the Capitals roared back to win 3-2 in overtime. 

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A Prideful Washington Capitals Look To Build Off Another Avalanche Statement Game

Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images The Washington Capitals started the 2017-2018 season not particularly well. They would win a game or two, but soon follow it with a loss, never really finding traction. It all came to a boiling point … Continue reading

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How Did The Caps Do In Their Important 10-Game Stretch?

Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports Back on November 17, I wrote about how the next 10 games loomed large for the Washington Capitals. They just came off a terrible mini road trip during which they lost games to the Nashville Predators … Continue reading

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Washington Capitals Prospect Update for November

This is the  second installment of NoVa Caps’ contributor Luke Adomanis’ monthly updates on Washington Capitals’ prospects. You can read October’s update here.

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Walker, Trotz’ Stranger

Nathan Walker made history earlier this year being the first Australian player to suit up in a NHL game. Even better, he scored in his very first game. But since then it’s been tough sledding for Walker. 

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The Capitals’ Consistent Inconsistencies

Photo: Patrick Smith/Getty Images To say the Capitals have had consistency issues would be an understatement. After playing a great game and winning against the Pittsburgh Penguins just ten days ago, Washington played three fairly uninspired games, and winning just one … Continue reading

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The Next 10 Games Loom Huge For The Capitals

Patrick Smith/Getty Images The Washington Capitals just got back from what many might call a “crappy” road trip through Nashville and Colorado. They were outscored 12-5 in those two games. Not good. But more important than the score was the … Continue reading

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