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The Next 10 Games Loom Huge For The Capitals

Patrick Smith/Getty Images The Washington Capitals just got back from what many might call a “crappy” road trip through Nashville and Colorado. They were outscored 12-5 in those two games. Not good. But more important than the score was the … Continue reading

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Shane Gersich Trying To Find His Way In His Junior Year

Shane Gersich, probably the Washington Capitals’ top offensive prospect, is off to quite a slow start in his Junior year at North Dakota. After his fantastic Sophomore season, in which he put up 21 goals and 16 assists (37 points) … Continue reading

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For The Capitals, It’s All About Survival Right Now

Photo: USA Today It’s no secret that the Washington Capitals are off to a rough start to the season, going 6-6-1 in their first 13 games. Not exactly terrible, but not the start the Capitals are used to having, compared … Continue reading

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Washington Capitals Prospect Update for October

This is the first of our regular monthly recaps for all of the Washington Capitals’ prospects. It’s important to note that it’s just the beginning of the season for the majority of these players, so current performance may not mean … Continue reading

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Penalties Are Costing Caps Points And They Know It

Photo by Patrick McDermott/NHLI via Getty Images The Washington Capitals entered the game against the Florida Panthers 20th in penalty killing. Not ideal. The best way to curb that number is simple: don’t take penalties. The Caps did a good … Continue reading

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Capitals’ Defense Was Better, But Still Has Work to Do

After a shellacking by the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday, there was plenty of justified fear concerning the Washington Capitals defensive side of the game. However, the Flyers game should be taken with a few grains of salt.  The Capitals may … Continue reading

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It’s Not All Peaches And Cream With Dennis Maruk: A NoVa Caps Interview

Photo: NHL The preview for Dennis Maruk’s upcoming book, Dennis Maruk: The Unforgettable Story of Hockey’s Forgotten 60-Goal Man says it all: Only 20 men in NHL history have scored 60 or more goals in a single season. That will … Continue reading

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2017-2018 Washington Capitals Hype Video

Hockey is back! Today is the first day of official practice. Over the next 2 to 3 weeks the Capitals roster will be cut down to it’s starting lineup. Then before you know it will be October 5th and the … Continue reading

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What’s The Skinny On Christian Djoos’ Weight?

Young defenseman Christian Djoos has joined some of his teammates on the ice this past week for the Capitals’ informal practices before the start of training camp next week. One of the biggest questions for Djoos upon his arrival was … Continue reading

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Washington Capitals Player Preview: Brett Connolly

As we do every year in the weeks leading up to Capitals’ training camp, NoVa Caps is preparing key “player previews” for the upcoming season. Today, we continue with right winger Brett Connolly. 

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