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Capitals Fall To Lightning 3-2 (SO) In First Round Robin Game For Seeding

Photo: Chase Agnello-Dean/NHL via Getty Images The Washington Capitals fell to the Tampa Bay Lightning 3-2 (shootout) in their first postseason round robin game Monday afternoon at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto. The Capitals rallied from a 2-0 deficit to ultimately … Continue reading

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Capitals’ Richard Panik Scores First Career Playoff Goal During Round-Robin Opener Against Lightning

Photo: @Capitals No need to Panik! Washington Capitals forward Richard Panik got his team on the board and scored his first career playoff goal during the second period of Monday’s round-robin opener at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto.

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Capitals’ Heach Coach Todd Reirden Believes John Carlson is “Favored To Win” Norris Trophy

On Monday afternoon, Washington Capitals head coach Todd Reirden spoke to the media on a Zoom call following the group practices and intra-squad scrimmage on the seventh day of training camp. He discussed his thoughts on defenseman John Carlson being a finalist for … Continue reading

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Capitals’ Richard Panik Says Fourth-Line “Trying To” Pick Up Where They Left Off

Washington Capitals forward Richard Panik told the media on Monday that “[the fourth-line is] trying to” pick up where they left off before the 2019-20 NHL season paused due to COVID-19 on March 12. The trio, which also features center … Continue reading

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Jakub Vrana Headlines Six Capitals Players Joining Informal Skates

Forward Jakub Vrana, defenseman Radko Gudas, center Nic Dowd, defenseman Nick Jensen, forward Travis Boyd, and forward Richard Panik all joined the Washington Capitals’ informal skates on Friday, three days before training camp kicks off for the 2020 Stanley Cup … Continue reading

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A Look At Fourth-Lines In The Metropolitan Division

Photo: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images Across the Metropolitan Division, teams like the Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins made moves last offseason to revamp their fourth-lines while the New York Islanders arguably already had the best fourth-line in the NHL. Fourth-lines are … Continue reading

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Who Will The Capitals Protect From Seattle In 2021 NHL Expansion Draft?

Most of the Washington Capitals‘ protection list for the 2021 NHL Expansion Draft is clear as the team is expected to go with the seven forwards-three defenseman-one goaltender option as they did in 2017 when the Vegas Golden Knights had … Continue reading

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2019-20 Washington Capitals Baby Boom: A Look Back on The Newest Members of the Capitals Family

Photo: @paigemdowd The Washington Capitals’ players compiled a number of individual milestones throughout the 2019-20 season (currently on hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic), both on and off the ice. Some of the more notable milestones came in the form … Continue reading

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Grading the Capitals’ Forwards for the 2019-2020 Season (So Far)

Photo: NHL via Getty Images Through 69 games this season, the Caps find themselves atop the Metropolitan Division by a single point over the Philadelphia Flyers. The Capitals’ forward group has a lot to do with the standings position they’re … Continue reading

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Too Soon to Panik: Richard Panik Bouncing Back After Slow Start to the Season

Joe Sargent/NHLI via Getty Images When the Washington Capitals signed forward Richard Panik to a four-year contract in free agency last summer, they did so in the hopes the veteran forward would be able to provide a boost in secondary … Continue reading

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