Tag Archives: 2018-19

The Great Eight and Father Time: Will Alex Ovechkin Continue to Stave off the Proverbial Decline?

Photo: Sporting News After a 33-goal showing in 2016-17, pundits claimed Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin had begun the struggle against Father Time that many athletes experience once they reach the wrong side of 30-years old. In what has become a … Continue reading

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What to Expect When You’re A Champion: The Feeling Entering Training Camp Will be Different, But the Expectation Will Remain the Same

Photo: NHL Most people at this point in August are enjoying the sound of waves crashing against sand, preparing to send their kids off to school or college in a few weeks time, and for hockey fans, waiting for NHL … Continue reading

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Sophomore Expectations: What to Expect From Christian Djoos in His Second Season in the NHL

In a season filled with many firsts for the Capitals, both individually and as a team, one of the biggest storylines heading into the season and subsequently a common discussion point, was the development of former top defensive prospect Christian … Continue reading

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Looking At the Capitals’ Most Critical Stretches Of The 2018-19 Season

Photo: Sports Illustrated As free agency begins to wind down and most of the offseason splashes are behind us, it’s time to look ahead to October, when the upcoming season begins. 

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