Found February 04, 2012 on Washington Times:
MONTREAL — Tomas Vokoun's first career game came with the Montreal Canadiens in Philadelphia on Feb. 6, 1997. He got shelled for four goals on 14 shots and was yanked after one period. At 20 years old, that could have been his only chance as he faded away along with ...

Capitals blank Canadiens; Ovechkin returns from suspension

Tomas Vokoun turned aside all 30 shots he faced and Alexander Semin converted his team's second penalty shot attempt as the Washington Capitals continued their mastery of the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre with a 3-0 victory on Saturday afternoon. All-Star defenseman Dennis Wideman and Matt Hendricks also scored and Brooks Laich notched a pair of assists for...

What Brooks Laich’s Injury Means for the Capitals, No GQ Magazine Call for Orlov

The Capitals lost 4-1 to the Boston Bruins Sunday, and they also lost a key piece when center Brooks Laich went to the locker room game with an injury that kept him from returning (it looked to be either knee or ankle). In addition, despite actually outshooting the Bruins, the Capitals couldn’t solve the enigma of Tim Thomas in net. “Tim Thomas won a Stanley Cup playing like...

Washington Capitals Keep Their Head Above Water

The Washington Capitals managed to win the last of their three road games played after the All Star break by beating the Montreal Canadiens this afternoon by a score of 3-0.  While that sounds like a lopsided victory, it was actually anything but — in fact, in most statistics other than the score, the Canadiens played a better game. The Caps scored their first goal on a fluke...

Ovechkin back as Caps, Vokoun blank Canadiens

Tomas Vokoun made 30 saves for his third shutout of the season and Alexander Semin scored on the second of Washington's two penalty shots in the Capitals' 3-0 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday.

Carey Price gets shutout, Canadiens end three-game skid with 3-0 win over Jets

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Who will win the Southeast?

For the last few years, the Southeast Division has been one dominated by the Washington Capitals with the rest of the teams fighting for wild card spots but things are very different this year. The Capitals haven't been their usual selves and the division appears to be up for grabs with the top three teams being separated by only five points and even the Hurricanes are only 10...

Canadiens recall Aaron Palushaj from the Hamilton Bulldogs

Tweet PRESS RELEASE MONTREAL (February 3, 2012) – The Montreal Canadiens announced today that forward Aaron Palushaj has been rec...

Practice: Feb. 3

The Washington Capitals were on ice Friday morning for practice as they prepare to meet the Montreal Canadiens in the Bell Centre Saturday afternoon.  Some updates from Kettler Capitals Iceplex: Mike Green once again skated with his teammates during practice, the fourth consecutive day he has worked out on ice. With recent call-up Keith Aucoin in the fold and Cody Eakin out of...

Price blanks Jets, Habs snap skid

MONTREAL (AP) Carey Price made 23 saves for his third shutout of the season, Tomas Plekanec had a goal and an assist and the Montreal Canadiens ended a three-game losing streak with a 3-0 win over the Winnipeg Jets on Sunday.

Canadiens shut out Jets

Carey Price drew cheers for his stellar play while Montreal Canadiens fans mocked Scott Gomez's dubious anniversary.

Painful win for Devils

The Devils’ prize rookie draftee might miss tomorrow’s visit to Philadelphia because of the crumpling hit P.K. Subban laid on him last night. The Canadiens think Adam Larsson should sit out anyway by suspension. The sight of Larsson stretched out on the ice was an example of vigilante...

Recap: Montreal vs. Winnipeg

Carey Price stopped 23 shots for his third shutout of the season as the Montreal Canadiens took a 3-0 decision over the Winnipeg Jets.
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