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Photo by Andy Devlin/NHLI via Getty Images The Washington Capitals good start to the 2019-2020 season has been fueled predominantly by work they’ve done in the second period of games. After 12 games, the Capitals have outscored their opponents 21-6 … Continue reading
Breaking Down Boyd: A Look At Travis Boyd’s Performance Through the First Part of the 2018-19 Season
Patrick McDermott/NHLI via Getty Images After the departure of longtime Capitals center Jay Beagle in free agency last summer, the team had a void on the fourth-line that needed to be filled, and had a few in-house solutions to solve … Continue reading
Photo: Greg Fiume/Getty Images Over the last five seasons, Capitals defenseman John Carlson has evolved into one of the NHL’s best offensive defensemen, finishing in the Top 10 in Norris Trophy voting in two of them (including a career-high fifth-place … Continue reading