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Jack Hillen gets two assists, a contract, and a son all on the same weekend. That's not his dog, though.
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Don’t look now DMV but your Washington Capitals have taken over sole position of first place in the Southeast Division. Yes, it’s true, the team that started off so poorly and struggled learning their second system within one year has put it all together and has reached it’s potential at the right time. With the regular season ending April 27th and the NHL playoffs right around...
Alex Ovechkin has received a huge amount of criticism over the past few seasons. Most of this heat has stemmed from disappointment over the forward's inability to recapture the elite form we witnessed for the better part of five seasons. A lot of this criticism has been deserved as Ovechkin has looked lost on the ice, seemingly uninterested in giving it his all.
Alex Ovechkin recorded his 12th career hat trick and added an assist, and the surging Washington Capitals survived a late rally by the Florida Panthers for a 4-3 victory on Saturday night.
Ovechkin scored twice from in close on the power play, and weaved through traffic for his other goal, as the Capitals (19-17-2) improved to 8-2-1 in their last 11 games in completing a four-game...
Harking back to his MVP days, Alex Ovechkin scored twice on Sunday to make it five goals in two games and the Washington Capitals got a 4-2 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Ovechkin scored his 24th and 25th goals - giving him 16 in 14 games - to pull even with the Lightning's Steven Stamkos for the top spot in the NHL.
John Carlson and Joel Ward also scored for the Capitals...
Jason Chimera fights in his 700th career game.
Joel Ward celebrates his goal Sunday (TBT).
The Washington Capitals won yet another game on Sunday night, beating the Tampa Bay Lightning by a score of 4-2 inside Verizon Center for their fourth consecutive win. After falling behind twice, the Capitals got goals from Alex Ovechkin (twice), John Carlson, and Joel Ward to come back and top the Bolts. Michal Neuvirth...
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Harking back to his MVP days, Alex Ovechkin scored twice on Sunday to make it five goals in two games and the Washington Capitals got a 4-2 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Ovechkin scored his 24th and 25th goal -- giving him 16 in 14 games -- to pull even with the Lightning's Steven Stamkos for the top spot in the NHL.
John Carlson and Joel Ward also scored...
Three Stars of the Week
1. Alexander Ovechkin (Washington Capitals)
I predicted that Ovi was going to break out a couple weeks ago, and now the world is seeing what was expected: Alex Ovechkin with his confidence and toothless swagger is back. Ovi is now tied with Steven Stamkos for the league lead in goals, courtesy of his obscene seven…SEVEN…goals in the past calendar week...
Alex Ovechkin is playing a lot like he did during his two MVP seasons for the surging Washington Capitals.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are very familiar with the superstar left wing's scoring exploits.
Ovechkin looks to continue his home dominance of the Lightning on Sunday night, when he attempts to help the Capitals begin building a cushion atop the Southeast Division.
Alexander Ovechkin scored twice as the Washington Capitals doubled up the Tampa Bay Lightning 4-2 and took over sole possession of the Southeast Division lead with their fourth straight win. Vincent Lecavalier had a goal and an assist for Tampa in the loss.
SPIN: Ovechkin has rebounded nicely from his woeful start to tie Steven Stamkos for the league lead in goals with 25. Joel Ward...
Gudbranson received a five minute major for boarding, a ten and game misconduct.
Erat was questionable for a return.
First the Washington broadcast and below watch the Florida broadcast...
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