Tag Archives: Jon Sorensen

Talking Internal Bias And Capitals Turnovers

Photo by Patrick McDermott/NHLI via Getty Images If you’ve trudged through any of my scribbles over the last seven years then you may have inadvertently discovered who my favorite Capitals player is – The Silky Swede, The Baby-faced assassin, Slick … Continue reading

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AHL Announces Plans For 2021 Playoffs And Calendar For 2021-22 Season

The American Hockey League (AHL) announced on Thursday that the league will not hold traditional Calder Cup playoffs in 2021. As a result, the league provided each of the divisions the opportunity to independently determine its own postseason format, but … Continue reading

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Alex Ovechkin, John Carlson Miss Morning Skate, Vitek Vanecek Starts In Goal

Washington Capitals’ captain Alex Ovechkin did not participate in the team’s gameday morning skate on Thursday. He remains listed “day-to-day” with a lower body injury, which he sustained in the third period of the Capitals first game with the Islanders … Continue reading

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The Latest Vegas Odds For The Capitals To Win The 2021 Stanley Cup

Welcome to the best part of the calendar year! The regular season is winding down and blood pressures are beginning to rise. Thats right, it’s playoff season, and the Capitals are primed for another run.

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Bears Down Devils, 4-3 (SO); Matt Moulson Notches Two Goals

The Hershey Bears beat the Binghamton Devils, 4-3 (SO), Wednesday night at the RWJ Barnabas Health Hockey House in Newark, New Jersey. The victory improves the Bears record to 18-6-2-0 (38 points) on the season.

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Capitals And Islanders: One More Time…For Now: Trends Analysis and Review

One more time. The Capitals and Islanders will wrap-up their eight-game season series Tuesday night at Capital One Arena. And while the Capitals have won five of the first seven contests, the series has been extremely close, with both teams … Continue reading

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Alex Ovechkin Misses Morning Skate; Justin Schultz Practices Without Non-Contact Jersey

Washington Capitals’ captain Alex Ovechkin did not participate in the team’s gameday morning skate on Tuesday. Ovechkin was listed “day-to-day” last Friday with a lower body injury which he sustained in the third period of the Capitals first game with … Continue reading

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Ovechkin Misses Practice Again, Justin Schultz Returns In Non-Contact Jersey, Caps Excited For Fans Return: News From Capitals Practice On Monday

The Washington Capitals returned to practice at MedStar Capitals Iceplex on Monday following a much-deserved day-off on Sunday. The Capitals and Islanders will conclude their eight-game season series Tuesday night at Capital One Arena. Puck drop is scheduled for 7:00 PM.

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Alex Ovechkin Misses Practice Again On Monday With Lower Body Injury; Laviolette: “I Don’t Think It’s Anything Long Term”

Washington Capitals’ captain Alexander Ovechkin was once again a holdout from the team’s practice on Monday, but he did do some minor skating following the team’s annual team photo. Ovechkin was listed “day-to-day” last Friday with a lower body injury … Continue reading

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Penguins Dump Bears, 6-3

Photo: Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins The Hershey Bears fell to the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, 6-3 on Sunday at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza in Wilkes-Barre. The loss drops the Bears record to 17-6-2-0 (36 points) on the season.

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