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Where do you stand on fighting in the NHL? After the Arron Asham-Jay Beagle fight last week, many around the league have begun questioning whether or not fighting will remain in the league long-term. Many fans point to the fighting as hypocrisy while the league tries to cut down on headshots in play. If Brendan Shanahan and co. are so concerned about headshots while skating, why are players allowed to punch each other in the head? On the other hand, there are many who would argue that fighting is an integral part of the game that allows the players to...
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Why is Alexander Ovechkin hanging out with Mike Tyson? A better question would be, does he really need a reason? Ovechkin tweeted a picture of himself and Iron Mike without comment on his Twitter feed, leaving room to imagine an explanation for when, where or why this meeting happened. After some investigating, it appears that the two were both attending a Virginia card show and...
ARLINGTON, Va. – The Washington Capitals are teaming up with the National Hockey League this October to educate the hockey community about cancer. Hockey Fights Cancer Awareness Month is a league-wide initiative founded by the NHL and NHL Pl...
Caps goalie Tomas Vokoun faced his former team for the first time Tuesday night at the Verizon Center. But this Florida Panthers squad doesn't look much like the team Vokoun was a part of last year.
Free agency and trades tore that team apart after last season. So while Vokoun was all smiles after blanking the Panthers 3-0, there wasn't a sense that he was sticking it...
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Capitals are off to their best start in franchise history with a 3-0 victory. Tomas Vokoun shuts out his former team with a 20-save performance.Capitals are off to their best start in franchise history with a 3-0 victory. Tomas Vokoun shuts out his former team with a 20-save performance.
In his first game against his old team, Tomas Vokoun shut out the Panthers to lift the Capitals to a 5-0 record for the first time.
Tomas Vokoun blanked his former team with a 20-save performance, and the Washington Capitals beat the Florida Panthers 3-0 on Tuesday night to improve to 5-0, the best start in franchise history.
In the most recent video offering on the Caps' website, the guys were asked who was least likely to end up on Twitter.
As predicted, the older veterans received most of the votes for being anti social media. The overwhelming winner was Mike Knuble, who made his own argument for why Jason Chimera should have received more votes.
“He insists on not getting up to date with...
The Arron Asham vs. Jay Beagle fight last week gained instant infamy because of Asham's CM Punk-like taunt at the end of the bout, for which he's since apologized.
Had he simply skated to the penalty box without an exclamation point, the lingering image would have been that of Beagle, flood flowing on the ice in a state of semi-consciousness before being helped off, removing...