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With the 2018-19 Regular Season Inching Closer to an End, the Washington Capitals Are Showing a Well-Balanced Offensive Attack

The Washington Capitals are pushing hard for the postseason with a well-balanced offensive attack. Continue reading

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Backup On The Blueline – Analysis Of The Capitals’ Organizational Depth On Defense

It was no surprise that Capitals General Manager Brian MacLellan made a trade for defenseman Nick Jensen days before the deadline last week. The championship-winning GM has made a move for a defenseman in each of his previous four years … Continue reading

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Capitals Rally with Seven Unanswered Goals To Thump The Senators 7-2; T.J. Oshie Scores A Pair

Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images The Washington Capitals beat the Ottawa Senators 7-2 Tuesday night at Capital One Arena. After giving up two early goals, the Capitals responded with seven unanswered goals. The win improves the Capitals record to 36-21-7 … Continue reading

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With the Acquisitions of Hagelin and Jensen, the Capitals Receive Some Much-Needed Speed

The Washington Capitals hope to bolster their chances of winning the Stanley Cup by adding quickness to their lineup. Continue reading

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Puck-Watching and Bad Line Changes Have Contributed to the Capitals Inconsistencies on the Ice

The Washington Capitals are losing games because of their own miscues. Continue reading

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Fixing February: The Capitals Must Make the Proper Adjustments To Their Game To Escape the Current Losing Skid

The Washington Capitals need to make tweaks to their game to get back on track in February. Continue reading

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John Carlson Wins Hardest Shot Competition, Second Straight Capital to Do So

Photo: NHL While T.J. Oshie and Family, the Alzners, and other Capitals players head off on the All-Star Game break, Capitals defenseman John Carlson and goaltender Braden Holtby traveled to San Jose, where they took part in the NHL Skills … Continue reading

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Images From Washington Capitals Practice at MedStar Capitals Iceplex [Photos]

It’s been a tough week for the defending Stanley Cup Champions, as their losing streak has now stretched to a season-long four games, including a loss last night to former bench boss Barry Trotz. Regardless of the current rough patch, … Continue reading

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Capitals Snow Day! Caps Players, Kids, and Pets Enjoy the Snow in the DMV

Photo: @lauren.oshie After falling to the division rival Columbus Blue Jackets in overtime on Saturday night, the Capitals awoke Sunday morning to a white wonderland with the overnight snowfall that hit the DMV. Like many families, Capitals players, their families, … Continue reading

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Contract Checkup: How Are John Carlson & Tom Wilson Living Up To Their New Contracts?

The Washington Capitals had a very busy summer. Between winning the Stanley Cup, celebrating with the Stanley Cup, and drinking half the world’s supply of alcohol out of the Stanley Cup, they also had to re-sign some key players to … Continue reading

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