Tom Wilson #43 of the Washington Capitals skates during the second period of the Capitals game against the Buffalo Sabres on March 16, 2015 at the First Niagara Center in Buffalo, New York. (Photo by Bill Wippert/NHLI via Getty Images)
Everyone has phrases they use when speaking to buy a little time to think, but Washington Capitals Tom Wilson’s is particularly fitting of his...
Anders Lee took matters into his own hands Thursday night, but those hands didn’t help him much.
The New York Islanders forward and his teammates weren’t too happy with Tom Wilson after the Washington Capitals winger demolished Islanders defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky with a monster hit in Game 4 of their Stanley Cup playoff first-round series.
So just five minutes into Game 5...
After Capitals’ Tom Wilson big hit on Islanders’ Lubimor Visnovsky and the verbal sparring between Visnovsky’s teammates with Wilson, you the tension would boil over. Cue Anders Lee who challenged Wilson to a fight in the first period. Of course the ‘Bad Boy’ Wilson obliged.
The two exchanged punches until Wilson got the best of Lee.
When the smoke cleared Wilson was left...
In game four, Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson ran over New York Islanders d-man Lubomir Visnovsky. Wilson was given a two-minute minor penalty for charging. Visnovsky left the game and didn't return.Fast forward to tonight, that hit didn't sit well with the Islanders. So, you could say that this fight is a direct result of that hit. If I was the Islanders coach, I would rather...
Last night, at the 05:54 mark of the second period, Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson ran over New York Islanders d-man Lubomir Visnovsky. Wilson was given a two-minute minor penalty for charging. Visnovsky left the game and didn't return. That hit didn't sit well with the Islanders. Islanders forward Kyle Okposo wasn't very impressed with Wilson's charge. "He's an idiot,"...
Tom Wilson made absolutely sure he finished his check Tuesday night.
The Washington Capitals forward delivered one of this postseason’s biggest hits when he unloaded on Washington Capitals defensive Lubomir Visnovsky in the second period of Game 3 of their Stanley Cup playoffs first-round series.
Visnovsky got caught in a precarious position as he skated behind his own net, which...
Tom Wilson took his second consecutive penalty in the second period Tuesday after leveling Islander Lubomir Visnovsky. Though we believe the hit was clean, refs often penalize plays like this because it’s easy too. It would’ve been hard for them not to call a penalty. And you know what? I’d rather a penalty happen like this than, […]
There are big hits and then there are monstrous hits. Tom Wilson’s crushing blow on Lubomir Visnovsky falls into the latter category. Visnovsky was forced to leave the game with an injury and Wilson was sent to the penalty box for charging.
You can make a pretty solid case that Wilson deserved the two-minute infraction, but that’s the only discipline he deserves. While there...
Washington Capitals’ winger Tom Wilson is not afraid of a stinking puck. In fact, on Sunday he put his entire body (and head) in the path of a slapshot in an attempt to block a shot and the result was not pretty. Tom ended up blocking the shot with his head and not surprisingly it
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Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson was fined $2,000 by the NHL on Friday for diving.
The NHL announced the fine on Friday. Wilson received a minor penalty for embellishment during a game against Minnesota on March 19.
He received a warning from the NHL's hockey operations department following an incident March 1 in a game against Toronto.
The second citation triggered the fine.
Via AP on Fox
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