Tag Archive: Washington Capitals

May 12

Monumental Collapse

There’s really no way to say this without being blunt. The efforts of the Washington Capitals were awful in game 7. Everyone is all too familiar with this feeling. Year, after year, after year. The same thing happens. A lot of us should just be used to it by now. Early in the series, Marc-Andre …

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Apr 27

Capitals Look for Redemption Against Penguins

It almost feels like yesterday that the Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins began their series in the second round of the 2015-16 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The surging President’s Trophy winners against a team that became red hot at the end of the regular season. The Penguins prevailed in six games, shattering the Washington Capitals hopes for …

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Apr 25

‘Leaf’ It to Mojo

Okay, I know the title is an awful pun, and apologies are in order. But! None of that matters, the Washington Capitals have advanced to the second round! Washington eliminated the pesky Toronto Leafs on the road in 6 games. First of all, what an incredible series. Those young guns in Toronto are going to …

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Apr 06

Pretty Presidential

No, I’m not referring to the election nor the inauguration. This is news that people in the D.C. area will actually be happy about. As you may know, the Washington Capitals had a chance to lock everything up tonight. Home ice throughout the playoffs, the Presidents’ Trophy, the Eastern Conference, and the Metropolitan Division all …

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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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Aug 06

2015 Stadium Series Puts Winter Classic To Complete Shame

Today the NHL announced the matchup for the 2015 Coors Light Stadium Series game and boy is it going to be a dandy of a matchup. Certainly a matchup that makes sense. On February 21st, 2015 the defending Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings will take on the San Jose Sharks. The game will take place …

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Jul 27

Capitals Player Profile: Aaron Volpatti

The 29 year old left-winger was signed by the Capitals during free agency in 2012. He was then resigned by the Caps in 2013 to a two year contract that will pay him $575,000 a season. He will become an unrestricted free agent next July if he is not resigned. Volpatti, a native of Revelstoke, …

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Jul 25

Capitals sign Walker

The Washington Capitals have signed Nathan Walker to a three-year, entry-level contract.  Walker was the Capitals third-round pick in the 2014 draft and the first Australian player drafted by an NHL team.  Walker played last season for the Hershey Bears. Here is the Capitals press release and a video on with Walker. 

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