Tag Archives: Goals

What’s the Fouss? Poor Officiating Dictated the Final Outcome of the Stanley Cup Final, Which Is a Bad Look for the NHL

The NHL referees cost the Nashville Predators a critical goal in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final. Continue reading

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The Washington Capitals Must Address “Shots on Goal” During the Summer

During the summer, the Capitals need to address getting more shots on goal from their forwards. Continue reading

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Video: NoVa Caps’ Tribute to Alex Ovechkin

Rob Carr/Getty Images Just 35 seconds into his 880th NHL game, Alex Ovechkin scored his 20th goal of the 2016-17 season to notch his 1,000th career point. In this piece, NoVa Caps pays tribute to The Great Eight.

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The Big 1K: Ovechkin Reaches 1,000 Career Points

Since the moment he entered the NHL, Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin has proven he’s a special player. Building a career on scoring goals and piling up points, fans have seen him put his name in the record books. After earning … Continue reading

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Alex Ovechkin Ties Maurice Richard on All-Time Goals List

Joshua Dahl/Las Vegas Review-Journal Since entering the NHL in 2005-06,  Capitals superstar Alex Ovechkin has won the Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy as the league’s leading goal-scorer six times, including his fourth consecutive win last season. Tonight, he tied the trophy’s … Continue reading

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Ovechkin Continues Climbing the Record Books With His 200th Power Play Goal

During his 11-year NHL career, Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin has built a Hall of Fame-caliber career by scoring goals and piling up points while setting and breaking records. Add his name on yet another list.

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What’s the Fouss? Are NHL GMs Focusing On the Right Things To Improve the Game?

What are the NHL GMs discussing at the meetings in Toronto? What should they be talking about? Continue reading

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Alexander The Great: At 31, Ovechkin Showing No Signs of Slowing Down

 There will come a time in the future, that Capitals superstar Alex Ovechkin will start to begin the gradual decline in performance that plagues aging athletes as their career progresses into their late thirties. Fortunately for the Caps and the … Continue reading

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Carlson Gets the Game 2 Party Started

Photo by Patrick McDermott/NHL via Getty Images And it’s John Carlson with the first score…again!

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Should the NHL Make the Nets Bigger?

 There has been a lot of talk recently about the amount of scoring in the NHL.  Some have argued that the scoring has dipped in the NHL in recent seasons.  There is a valid argument here, as last year’s top … Continue reading

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