Tag Archives: Matt Bradley
Typically in mid-January, the NHL is just past the midpoint of their season, with certain teams having established themselves as contenders, while other teams have established themselves as mediocrities, or bottom feeders in the league standings. In January 2006, the … Continue reading
Retro Recap: Washington Capitals at Philadelphia Flyers – December 5, 2009: Saint Nicholas Day and Sucker Punches in Philadelphia
Len Redkoles/NHLI via Getty Images With the Washington Capitals recently playing the Anaheim Ducks on Saint Nicholas Day 2019 in a game marked with physical altercations, NoVa Caps takes look back on a game 10 years ago on the day … Continue reading
With the New Jersey Devils coming into Capital One Arena to play the Washington Capitals on Saturday night, NoVa Caps’ Diane Doyle takes us back to another game that took place between these two teams around the same time-frame.
One of the most anticipated events of Washington Capitals Fan Fest 2017 was the Alumni Game which took place Tuesday evening. Caps alumni were divided into two teams: Red and White. They played three 15-minute periods with 10-minute intermissions between.
When the Capitals signed a forward by the name of Matt Bradley in the summer of 2005, little attention was given to the move. Six years later, Bradley left as one of the most-beloved Capitals in recent memory. Bradley’s tenacious, … Continue reading
Day three of training camp saw increased focus, as the media-saturation has subsided and it’s time to get down to hockey. Morning Skate More time was dedicated to the new 3-on-3 overtime format during practice on Sunday morning, as Trotz begins to … Continue reading