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Washington Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin was at a season ticket holders event at Six Flags America and he showed off his soccer skills for them. Looks like Ovechkin could play in the MLS with a kick like that.
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Known daredevil and car enthusiast Alex Ovechkin has surprisingly decided to sell his pristine 2009 Mercedes SL65 AMG…
Time to start the MVP talk for Alex Ovechkin, who scored his NHL-leading 28th goal, stood up for a teammate who got rammed into the boards, and led the Washington Capitals to their eighth straight win.
The Capitals also managed to play well with a lead for a change and enjoyed a rare dominating win over a team outside their division. The 5-1 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs...
Alex Ovechkin scored his NHL-leading 28th goal, and the Washington Capitals enjoyed a rare feeling of dominance outside their division Tuesday night, winning their eighth straight with a 5-1 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Jack Hillen, Martin Erat, Troy Brouwer and Marcus Johansson also scored, and Braden Holtby made 29 saves for the Southeast Division-leading Capitals.
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The Washington Capitals rented out Six Flags America for yet another season ticket holder party.
While the Washington Capitals continue to surge, they might have received a wake-up call in their last contest.
Looking to remain undefeated in April with an eighth consecutive victory, the Capitals try to avoid a season sweep at the hands of the visiting Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday night.
Washington (23-17-2) scored five goals in less than 1 1/2 periods Saturday at home against...
With the news of explosions at the Boston Marathon on Monday, members of the Washington Capitals organization, past and present, sent out prayers to the victims. We here at Caps Outsider would like to do the same. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all those affected by the travesty in Boston. — Matt Hendricks (@MattHendy26) [...]
What looked like a cool-headed decision by Matt Hendricks in the first period might well have been the reason the Capitals eked out their seventh straight win Saturday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Late in the first period, Tampa’s B.J. Crombeen appeared to take issue with a hit Hendricks laid on a Tampa player, but Hendricks seemingly refused to engage. Seconds later...
It's been a day of victories for the Reading Royals. First, they renewed their affiliation with the Washington Capitals. 8 hours later, they beat Greenville 5-0.
The Washington Capitals blew a four-goal lead Saturday night before Mike Green scored a power-play goal at 2:59 of overtime, extending the team's winning streak to seven games with a 6-5 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Alex Ovechkin scored his 27th goal to move ahead in the NHL's goal-scoring race, and the Capitals moved four points clear atop the Southeast Division, albeit...
from Michael Arace of the Columbus Dispatch,
“There are good stereotypes and bad, and most people focus on the bad,” said Slava Malamud, a senior writer for the Russian daily Sport Express and a correspondent for NHL.com.
Malamud, based in Washington, was in such a rush to get to Columbus to talk to Blue Jackets goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky, he got a speeding ticket...