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Earlier this week, for the first time since the Washington Capitals became the Eastern Conference Champions and punched their ticket to the Stanley Cup Finals, Capitals General Manager Brian MacLellan publicly addressed the media and answered questions about the state … Continue reading
With 52 of 82 games in the books, the Capitals team identity and style of play is starting to take shape. The team was hampered with significant injuries through the first 34 games of the season, but have been really … Continue reading
Capitals GM Brian MacLellan made tough decisions last summer and has kept a competitive team intact. Continue reading
The Washington Capitals and the New York Rangers face off for the second time this season Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden in New York. The game can be seen on NBC Sports Network at 8:00 PM.
News and Notes from Friday’s Capitals Optional Morning Skate: Bring on Shattenkirk and the Rangers, Plus the Latest News on T.J. Oshie
The Capitals wrap up their season-long five-game homestand tonight against their Metropolitan Division rivals, the New York Rangers. It is a four-way tie for second place in the Metro Division and the Capitals trail the Devils for first place by just … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals will host the New York Rangers on Friday in the first of four meetings between the two teams this season. They split four games of their series last season, with New York taking the first two before … 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
T.J. Oshie is Having the Best Start of His Career. How Much of a Difference has he Made with the Capitals?
During the 2014-15 season, the Capitals were 45-26-11 and were second in the division. Alex Ovechkin had a terrific year, leading the league with 53 goals and had 81 points in 81 games played. Nicklas Backstrom was just as good … Continue reading
Dmitry Orlov has been through bumps and bruises but is developing into No. 1 defenseman for the Capitals
In his 6-year career in Washington, Capitals defenseman Dmitry Orlov has had ups and downs. He progressed from a player who makes very noticeable mistakes on the ice to one of the most important pieces on the Capitals roster. With the … Continue reading