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Stats And Analysis From The Capitals 2-1 Shootout Win Vs Edmonton

Patrick McDermott/NHLI via Getty Images Sometimes you have to thank one guy for getting you a win. Tonight the Capitals can thank one of the best goaltenders in the world, Braden Holtby, for their 2-1 shootout victory over the Edmonton … Continue reading

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Stats And Analysis From The Capitals 4-1 Win Vs Pittsburgh

Photo by Patrick McDermott/NHLI via Getty Images I’ll stop short of saying that this was a great game by the Washington Capitals, but it was a very good game. It was Washington who walked away 4-1 winners on Friday night … Continue reading

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Stats And Analysis From The Capitals 3-1 Loss At Buffalo

If you like high-flying offense with a lot of goals, the game between the Washington Capitals and Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday night was not the game for you. This was a game between two average offensive teams and only one … Continue reading

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Stats And Analysis From The Capitals 3-2 OT Win Vs Arizona

Photo: Patrick Smith/Getty Images No game is an easy game in the National Hockey League. Whether your team is facing the best team in the league or a two win team fifteen games into the season, every game is a … Continue reading

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The Low-down: Looking at Capitals’ Stats Compared to Last Season

AP Photo/Gary Wiepert It’s no secret that the current 2017-18 Washington Capitals may not be as good of a team as the teams that captured back-to-back Metropolitan Division titles and back-to-back President’s Trophies. But it’s early. In this piece, NoVa … Continue reading

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Stats And Analysis From The Capitals 3-2 Win At Boston

The domination over the Bruins continues. It’s ten straight wins now after the Capitals defeated the B’s 3-2 on Saturday night. Somewhat of a strange game if you ask me, so let’s dive into the numbers. 

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Stats And Analysis From The Capitals 2-1 Loss At Calgary

Photo by Gerry Thomas/NHLI via Getty Images Amazing how one goal can determine how successful a road trip was. If the Capitals win 2-1 vs the Calgary Flames on Sunday night they go 2-1 on the road trip and it … Continue reading

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Stats And Analysis From The Capitals 5-2 Win At Edmonton

Photo: Andy Devlin/NHLI via Getty Images It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish. A saying worth bringing up after the Capitals 5-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday night. With just about three minutes left in the … Continue reading

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Stats And Analysis From The Capitals 6-2 Loss At Vancouver

This was one of those games that you usually see at the end of long road trips. A team that looks a little out of gas, a team that is banged up, and as a result gets run out of … Continue reading

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Lack Of Goal Scorers, John Carlson And Scoring Special Teams: A Couple Of Caps Thoughts

Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports The Washington Capitals are still having some scoring issues. With a 4-4-1 record through the first nine games, the Capitals have scored 28 goals, which equates to 3.11 per game. However, given the current state of … Continue reading

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