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With the NHL’s Free Agency period beginning on July 1st, the NoVa Caps Podcast Team continue their conversations from our last podcast regarding those Capitals who are either restricted and or unrestricted free agency players [UFA: Mike Weber, Mike Richards … Continue reading
The Capitals began their off-season with their fairly recent round two elimination by the Pittsburgh Penguins. We’ve been seeing some of the Caps play for their native countries, enjoying some down time – the Oshie’s and the Alzner’s enjoyed Disney … Continue reading
It’s been a dark and dreary day in the DMV, a somber kind of a day that matches most of our moods. It certainly feels as though we lost the series last night, when Hornqvist scored the winning goal for … Continue reading
Round One was all about the Netminders – what will Round Two bring? Tune in to hear the NoVa Caps Podcast team discuss what the Caps need to do to shut down the Penguins, especially the Pen’s first and second … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals have looked extremely solid against the Philadelphia Flyers through the first three games of the series, winning all three games and looking to finish the series tonight in Philadelphia at the Wells Fargo Center.
Nick Wass/Expressen.se Both Evgeny Kuznetsov and Nicklas Backstrom have had fantastic seasons for this first-place Washington Capitals team. NoVa Caps discusses special “sauce”, and who might be the better passer.
Patrick McDermott/NHLI via Getty Images The Washington Capitals defeated the Nashville Predators on Friday night at the Verizon Center. The Caps are now 51-14-5 and lead the Metropolitan division by 17 points. The Caps play their archrival Pittsburgh Penguins on … Continue reading
The Capitals play their first game of a back-to-back against their archrival, Pittsburgh Penguins, on Tuesday night at the Verizon Center in the third matchup out of four against them this year.
Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post The Washington Capitals are off to the best starts in NHL history, posting a 44-10-4 record through their first 58 games, good for 92 points. The Caps lead the NHL in goals/game and are second in … Continue reading