Tag Archives: Washington Capitals Analytics

Tale of the Tape: A Statistical Comparison Between This Season and Last Season

The Capitals are 53 games into their 2018-2019 campaign. We decided to take a quick look at the teams current basic stats and compare them to last season (after 53 games) and provide a brief analysis. A number of the … Continue reading

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Capitals at Blackhawks – Inside The Numbers: Another One Bites The Dust

Photo: @MonSportsNet The Capitals entered this afternoon’s contest riding a season-long four-game losing streak. This one started much the same, as a porous Capitals defense gave up two goals in an 80-second span of the opening frame, and four goals … Continue reading

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Charting and Analysis of Zone Exits and Zone Entries for Jets at Capitals

Photo: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images As we continue our season-long look at Capitals possession characteristics within a game, we shift our focus to varying methods utilized for puck control and puck movement for zone transitions. This post is the first in a … Continue reading

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Stats From The Capitals 4-1 Preseason Loss vs New Jersey

Photo: CSN Capitals The preseason keeps rolling along. On Wednesday night it was game number 5. Unfortunately game number 5 was similar to the other preseason games and preseason losses. The Capitals lost to the New Jersey Devils 4-1. 

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The Capitals Need More Even-Strength Goals From Alex Ovechkin This Season

Alex Ovechkin has been arguably the best goal-scorer of his generation, setting numerous records via lighting the lamp, and has done it in every way imaginable, compiling goals both at even-strength and especially on the power play. But it’s the … Continue reading

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