Perhaps a visit to Carolina will help the Washington Capitals get back on track.
Looking to avoid a third straight defeat Friday night, the Capitals try for a sixth straight road win over a Hurricanes team that's already in selling mode.
Though Washington (33-19-10) owns the top wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference, Wednesday's 4-3 home loss to Pittsburgh dropped it three points...
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Aww tough night for Ovie. LOL:
Three things about this gif:
1. The lady sadly clapping is hilarious.
2. Business dude in the tie stunned.
3. Old trainer guy looking sucidial.
TopSportsReport’s lead NHL writer, Tyler Jones, wrote a comprehensive NHL power rankings article that includes the usual rankings, as well as notes on each team’s deadline options. This comes specifically before the trade deadline, as it is an important mid-season date, making it a fantastic time to evaluate where each team currently stands. Check out where Jones ranks Alexander...
As part of Hockey is for Everyone month, the Caps sent forward Jay Beagle to Gardens Ice House to skate with the rink’s learn-to-play program.
The Flyers were the headline event for Hockey Day in America as they hosted the Washington Capitals on Sunday afternoon. A late goal by Michael Del Zotto allowed the Flyers to come away with the 3-2 victory.
Washington Capitals left winger Jason Chimera dropped Philadelphia Flyers center Zac Rinaldo with an uppercut to the face during the second period of Sunday's game at the Wells Fargo Center.Chimera delivered the short right hand that dropped Rinaldo to his knees after they got tangled up near the Flyers bench.Chimera was given five minutes for fighting and two minutes for roughing...
Whenever the Washington Capitals and Philadelphia Flyers are on the ice together, tensions boil. After a chippy first period, things continued in the second.
Flyers forward Zac Rinaldo made a run at Capitals defenseman Mike Green. Green’s teammate Jason Chimera took exception to the run, and gave Rinaldo a nice crosscheck right in front of the Flyers’ bench. That turned into...
The Washington Capitals continue to surge to the playoffs, defeating the New York Islanders 3-2 in a shootout, earning their fourth consecutive win. Despite previous surges, this was the first time this season that the Caps have strung together four straight wins.
Travis Hamonic gave the Isles this initial lead at the 7:41 mark of the opening period. Hamonic fired a wrister...
The Washington Capitals moved within four points of the first place New York Islanders in the Metropolitan Division after their 3-2 shootout win over the Isles.
Evgeny Kuznetsov beat Isles goalie Chad Johnson in the first round of the shootout. That’s all the Capitals needed because goalie Braden Holtby stopped all...
Winnipeg Jets defenseman Dustin Byfuglien tried to sneak into the Washington Capitals huddle during a timeout in the second period of Thursday night's game in D.C.The Capitals took a timeout at the 14:33 mark of the second period, and Byfuglien quietly skated close to the huddle in an apparent attempt to spy on them unnoticed. Byfuglien didn't get to see much before a linesman nudged...
The Washington Capitals called a timeout to draw up a play for the ensuing draw. Dustin Byfuglien let his curiosity get the best of him and couldn’t resist skating over to see what the Capitals were up to on the bench.
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Tonight is the soft launch of CapTrick, the Washington Capitals' new in-game fantasy hockey contest. The Capitals have partnered with the mobile app DailyMVP to bring its fans the ability to compete in contests during each and every game to win prizes.
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With the trade deadline approaching, what should the Capitals do with their star defenseman?
The three most consistent Caps in terms of effort this season are league leading goal scorer and captain, Alex Ovechkin, net minder Braden Holtby, who has saved the Caps on nights when they’re not playing their best, and the undrafted 2008 free agent acquisition Jay Beagle, who works hard every single shift. Coach Barry Trotz […]
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This week, the Washington Capitals headed out to the warm, warm state of California. Huge emphasis on warm. And the Caps’ dads joined in on the trip as well. They all got to go behind the scenes with their sons. They got to watch practice, watch game film, eat with the team. All sorts of […]
Alex Ovechkin went there.
The Washington Capitals superstar fired back at Anaheim Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf on Tuesday, and he hit him where it really hurts — his hair. His sick burn comes two days after Getzlaf accused Ovechkin of diving “all over the (expletive) ice” following the Caps’ 5-3 win over the Ducks.
“Maybe he’s just jealous. I have hair, he don’t...
The Washington Capitals toppled the Anaheim Ducks 5-3 on Sunday, fueled by two goals from Alexander Ovechkin. Following the game, Ryan Getzlaf wasn’t too happy with the result and he also wasn’t pleased with the way Ovechkin played out on the ice. Specifically, Getzlaf called Ovechkin out for diving all over the ice.
Getzlaf on knowing where Ovechkin will be on pp but Ducks...
Joel Ward scored with 2:18 remaining in overtime to lift the Washington Capitals past the San Jose Sharks 5-4 on Wednesday night.
Jay Beagle scored twice and John Carlson and Troy Brouwer also scored for the Capitals, who have won four of their last five.
Brent Burns scored twice, Logan Couture and Joe Thornton also got goals as the Sharks lost their third straight and fifth in...
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14 days ago
The Washington Capitals should be in the market for a top-six winger. Evander Kane is on the block, but out for the rest of the year. Is he worth the risk?
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Evgeny Kuznetsov and Nicklas Backstrom scored shootout goals, Philipp Grubauer stopped 23 shots in his first NHL action of the season and the Washington Capitals defeated the Anaheim Ducks 3-2 on Friday night for their third straight victory.
After Alex Ovechkin, Washington's third shooter, failed to score, Anaheim had a chance to extend the game. But Grubauer stopped Ryan Kesler...
If you know a Caps fan whose calendar isn’t already marked for March 2, 2015, then put a big red circle around that date. The NHL Trade Deadline is one of the most exciting days of the year for the hockey faithful, one that provides a glimpse into a team’s immediate future. While the fans […]
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Troy Brouwer scored twice and Braden Holtby turned aside all 27 Kings’ shots on goal, to lead the Washington Capitals to a 4-0 home shutout of the LA Kings.
The shutout performance extended Holtby’s regulation time scoreless streak to three consecutive starts. Besides the Kinds, Holtby shutout Pittsburgh and gave up 1 overtime goal against the Habs.
For Brouwer, it was already...
Troy Brouwer scored two goals, Braden Holtby stopped 27 shots and the Washington Capitals beat the Los Angeles Kings 4-0 Tuesday night for their second win in eight games.
Playing in his 500th career game, Brouwer staked Washington to a 2-0 lead with a goal in each of the first two periods. It was his first multigoal game of the season and only the third with multiple points....
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22 days ago
Mike Green’s future with the Washington Capitals is a mystery. The debate over whether the Capitals should deal him prior to the trade deadline or retain him for the remainder of the year and potentially let him walk over the summer has likely been a big source of frustration for the defenseman.
Green took all of those frustrations out on Kyle Clifford and checked him into the...
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I have to admit, foreign affairs are not exactly in my wheelhouse. As a fat, happy American, I am mostly blissfully unaware of the turmoil outside of the United States,.....
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