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- Russia Beats Czech Republic 3-2 In Shootout, Takes Bronze Medal
- 2019 Stanley Cup Final Preview: Atlantic #2 Bruins vs. Central #3 Blues
- Canada Crushes Czech Republic, 5-1, At IIHF World Championships
- Rising Up: A Look At Jakub Vrana’s Rapid Growth As A Player and Cornerstone for the Capitals
- Finland Tops Russia, 1-0, In IIHF World Championship Semifinal
- Washington Capitals Prospect Review and Forecast: Ilya Samsonov
- Jakub Vrana, Czech Head Coach Address Vrana’s Healthy Scratch Against Germany; His Chances to Play Against Canada In Semi Final
- Looking At How The 2018-19 Capitals And The 2019 Stanley Cup Finalists Were Built
- Washington Capitals Prospect Review and Forecast: Tobias Geisser
- Tracing The History Of Alex Ovechkin and Evgeni Malkin As Teammates, Linemates And Roomates; A Long And Winding (And Sometimes Bumpy) Road
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Photo: Sporting News We all know what’s happened in the past. If you’re looking for a column on that narrative, you’ve come to the wrong story. Instead of reliving the bad, this post decided to take a look back at … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals and San Jose Sharks meet for the second time this season when they meet at SAP Center in San Jose on Saturday afternoon. The Capitals took the first game against the Sharks 4-1 on December 4 at … Continue reading
Photo: NHL The Washington Capitals will play a season-long five game homestand during the course of the next week. They have one of these every year but this year it’s in early December instead of late November. During the past … Continue reading
Photo: NHL The Washington Capitals (6-6-1, 13 pts) will play their only game of a one-game road trip on Saturday when they visit the Boston Bruins (5-3-3, 13 pts) on Saturday night at TD Garden. The Capitals will look to … Continue reading
Photos: @Capitals A day off for the Capitals, more roster cuts at Caps’ camp, reworking the special teams, Holtby asks for more from his teamates, Oshie is o.k., Orlov’s long and winding road, Samsonov shines and more in this evening’s … Continue reading
Washington Capitals Evening News Links: Dancin’ ‘Round the Milbury Tush and Devils Went Down to D.C.
Final home game of the preseason for the Capitals tonight, the Devils went down to D.C., the new top pair of Niskanen and Orlov, the “Big Cheese” and addresses anthems, the new-look power play, More Milbury madness and much more … Continue reading
Photo: Washington Capitals You may not recognize John Walton if you were to see him, but when you hear his voice – well, you’re likely to recognize it, especially if you’re a Caps fan! John Walton is the Senior Director … Continue reading
NoVa Caps Looks Back at the Top Moments of ’15-’16: #3 Caps Comeback at MSG, Ovechkin Nets 499th Career Goal and OT Game Winning Goal!
Photo: Bruce Bennett, Getty Images Each week over the course of 10 weeks, NoVa Caps’ contributor Michael Marzzacco will take a look back at what he believes were the Top 10 Moments of the 2015-2016 Washington Capitals’ season.
Do the Washington Capitals still need to find a player that has a good nose for the net? Continue reading
Photo Credit: NHLI via Getty Images After acquiring center Lars Eller from the Montreal Canadiens on the opening night of the NHL Draft, Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan stated that the team’s attention would turn to re-signing their restricted free … Continue reading