Jackson Glanville

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Name: Jackson Glanville
Date registered: February 2, 2017

Latest posts

  1. Caps Dispose of Columbus — March 24, 2017
  2. Caps/Jackets Preview — March 23, 2017
  3. Caps Top Calgary — March 22, 2017
  4. Caps Aim to Douse the Flames — March 21, 2017
  5. Capitals on the Cooldown? — March 16, 2017

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Mar 24

Caps Dispose of Columbus

Thursday night’s matchup between the Washington Capitals and the Columbus Blue Jackets was everything we expected. Low scoring, fast and exciting hockey, and it’s only fitting that the game was decided by a shootout.

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Mar 23

Caps/Jackets Preview

Tonight, the Columbus Blue Jackets are in town. Columbus has had a stellar season, very similar to their hosts, the Capitals. Columbus has a nearly identical record as Washington, coming into tonight’s tilt with a 47-19-6 record. Their spectacular and somewhat unexpected season has been a total group effort. Ranging from the resurgence of John …

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Mar 22

Caps Top Calgary

Tuesday night at the Verizon Center was another solid performance by the boys in red. Although expected, the Caps played a full 60 minutes. In the opening minutes of the game, the Capitals peppered Brian Elliott with a healthy amount of shots, which was the right way to start a tilt, by putting pressure on …

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Mar 21

Caps Aim to Douse the Flames

The Capitals are set to face Calgary on Tuesday night at the Verizon Center, after previously beating the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-3 on Saturday. Tuesday’s matchup will be important, considering the Flames are in a playoff spot as well. Granted they are in different conferences, the matchup should fare pretty well, given that the Flames …

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Mar 16

Capitals on the Cooldown?

The Washington Capitals have been dominant for the majority of the 2016/2017 campaign. Everything seemed to be going just great, and fans were claiming (once again) that this was our year. Life was good for the Capitals and their fans, scoring 5 goals a game against basically anyone that stood in their way. Then came …

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