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As Caps’ fans, we’re all susceptible to pessimistic expectations, especially when it comes to the playoffs. Probably even more so, when it’s the playoffs following a dominant regular season.
If you’re concerned about the current performance of the Washington Capitals, it would appear you’re not alone.
Forgive the corny title, but the Washington Capitals couldn’t reflect two different teams more, and I’m going to show you how.