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Capitals Alumni Profile: Doug Jarvis

Photo: NHL A recent suspension of Anaheim Ducks forward Andrew Cogliano ended the durable forward’s consecutive games played streak at 830 games, the All-Time Games Played streak of former Washington Capitals player, Doug Jarvis, remains unchallenged, even more than 20 years after … Continue reading

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Capitals TV Play-by-Play Announcer Joe Beninati Named D.C. Sportscaster of the Year

Photo: NBC Sports Washington Every Capitals fan has likely heard the spectacular and captivating play-by-play commentary of NBC Sports Washington broadcaster Joe Beninati, who along with color analyst Craig Laughlin, has been calling Capitals’ TV broadcasts for nearly 25 years. … Continue reading

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NoVa Caps Team Power Rankings – 1/16/18

Which NHL teams make the NoVa Caps power rankings this week? Continue reading

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Despite the Offseason Roster Turnover, Brian MacLellan Knew What He Was Doing

Capitals GM Brian MacLellan made tough decisions last summer and has kept a competitive team intact. Continue reading

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Run DSP: Devante Smith-Pelly Proves to be Caps’ Biggest Offseason Acquision

When the Capitals acquired Devante Smith-Pelly last summer, many weren’t sure if he would make the Opening Night roster. Coming on the heels of Marcus Johansson’s trade to the New Jersey Devils, the Capitals signed Smith-Pelly to a one-year, two-way … Continue reading

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Looking Ahead to the NHL Trade Deadline: Buyers and Sellers

Photo: Sports Illustrated As the NHL Trade Deadline is now just 44 days away, it’s time to start looking teams, assessing their needs and determining who might be players in the upcoming trade market. Teams who will not be in … Continue reading

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Capitals Re-Assign Travis Boyd to the Hershey Bears

With the Capitals on a bye week, the team sent Travis Boyd back to the Hershey Bears. Boyd was recalled yesterday in the team’s trip to Carolina with Andre Burakovsky unable to make it due to an illness. The Bears … Continue reading

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Capitals Rally to Beat Canes, 4-3

Photo by Gregg Forwerck/NHLI via Getty Images The Washington Capitals beat the Carolina Hurricanes 4-3 Friday night at PNC Arena in Raleigh. The teams would exchange power play goals in the first and second periods to make it 2-2 at … Continue reading

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Capitals Recall Travis Boyd from Hershey

During the Capitals morning skate on Thursday, Andre Burakovsky was skating on the third line but prior to the game Burakovsky wasn’t feeling well. He was sick and was scratched from Thursday’s game. Additionally, he wasn’t able to travel with the … Continue reading

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Hurricanes Skirt Capitals, 3-1, Hand Washington First Home Loss Since November

The Washington Capitals fell to the Carolina Hurricanes 3-1 Thursday night at Capital One Arena. After a sluggish start by both teams, Carolina would open the scoring in the second period with a shorthanded goal, but Lars Eller would tie … Continue reading

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