Found February 22, 2012 on Washington Times:
OTTAWA — Tomas Vokoun couldn't be held responsible for a goal drought of 132 minutes, 48 seconds that the Washington Capitals were mired in dating to Saturday night. Yet in allowing four goals on 10 shots Wednesday night, he became the culprit for the 5-2 loss at the Ottawa Senators, at ...

Capitals LW Ovechkin questionable Wednesday vs. Senators

Alex Ovechkin is questionable for Wednesday night's game against the Ottawa Senators with a lower-body injury.Ovechkin skated for less than 10 minutes at practice on Wednesday and appeared to be "testing something," according to Katie Carrera of the Washington Post.Carrera reported that Ovechkin was attempting a speed drill at practice when he was forced to pull up...

Caps' Roman Hamrlik, benched and reportedly on block, rips coach

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Hitting the Reset Button

At at least one local airport Alexander Ovechkin t-shirts are on sale. A good many things Capitals may well be over the next few days. I never slow down to peek at roadside car wrecks, but I am going to blog a bit about our barely moving wreck of a hockey team. I’m here with a good deal many more questions than answers, and a lot of dark thoughts. Principal among them: How did...

Practice: Feb. 21

The Washington Capitals were on ice in Raleigh Tuesday afternoon for a practice following their humiliating 5-0 defeat at the hands of the Hurricanes on Monday night.  Some updates from down south: Alex Ovechkin did not partake in the skate because of a "maintenance day."  However, Ovechkin's absence, when coupled with the fact that he was visibly limping after Monday...

Capitals can't climb out of deep hole in loss to Senators

OTTAWA — The moment came about midway through the Washington Capitals' 5-2 defeat to the Ottawa Senators: A perfectly executed odd-man rush and Craig Anderson robbed Marcus Johansson from point-blank range. The Caps just can't catch a break. Or perhaps the moment came shortly after when Troy Brouwer got an unsportsmanlike ...

Craig Anderson's Status Update

With rampant speculation that Craig Anderson could miss upwards of six to eight weeks because an Ottawa Sun source said surgery was required on the 30-year-old Anderson, who was still in hospital Thursday, general manager Bryan Murray addressed the media this afternoon to quell all rumours and conjecture surrounding Ottawa's number one goaltender. Anderson suffered the cut...

Anderson out due to hand injury

Senators goalie Craig Anderson is out after injuring his hand. The Senators say Anderson accidentally cut his right hand while preparing a meal Thursday. He was treated at the hospital and is expected to make a full recovery. The 30-year-old Anderson has appeared in 56 games this season, posting a 2.85 goals-against average and 29-19-6 record. The Senators host the Boston Bruins...

Senators goalie Anderson (hand) out indefinitely

OTTAWA (AP) -- Senators goalie Craig Anderson is out after injuring his hand.

Senators overwhelm Caps 5-2

Erik Karlsson and Milan Michalek each had three points Wednesday and the Ottawa Senators defeated the Washington Capitals 5-2.

Capitals-Senators Preview

While the Ottawa Senators are playing like a team on a mission to get back to the playoffs, the Washington Capitals certainly don't seem inspired to avoid a shocking finish outside the Eastern Conference's top eight. The visiting Capitals have a chance to complete a season sweep of Ottawa on Wednesday night, but they'll have to turn around not only their fortunes but...
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