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NEW YORK (March 17, 2012)—Winnipeg Jets defenseman Mark Stuart has been fined $2,500, the maximum allowed under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, for his late hit on Washington Capitals forward Marcus Johansson during NHL Game #1061 in Winnipeg on Friday, March 16, the National Hockey League’s Department of Player Safety announced today.
The incident occurred at 8:41 of the first period. No penalty was assessed on the play.
Watch the hit here if you missed it earler.
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A little more than a week ago, an article entitled “The Washington Capitals — Hanging By A Thread” chronicled half a dozen reasons why the Capitals playoff chances were fading quickly. Since that date, there’s been little, if any reason, to change that opinion. There are certainly those who will argue that over the period since the 9th of March, the Capitals have a 3...
Winnipeg Jets defenseman Mark Stuart was fined $2,500 by the NHL on Saturday for a late hit on Washington Capitals forward Marcus Johansson.Stuart pummeled Johansson into the boards in the first period of Winnipeg's 3-2 win over Washington on Friday. A penalty wasn't called on the play.The fine money goes to the Players' Emergency Assistance Fund.
That. Is. Awesome. Something tells me that Washington Capitals superstar Alexander Ovechkin either: a) doesn’t quite understand how to correctly fill out an NCAA Tournament Brackets; b) is profoundly lazy; c) enjoys drawing circles and squiggly lines irrespective of whether or not the situation warrants it; d) looked a little something like this when he [...]
Defenseman Dustin Byfuglien scored to snap a tie midway into the third period as the host Winnipeg Jets pulled to within two points of eighth-place Washington with a 3-2 victory over the Capitals on Friday.
Captain Andrew Ladd netted his eighth goal in 11 contests and Nik Antropov also tallied for the Jets, who secured their fourth straight victory at MTS Centre.
Brooks Laich recorded...
Every March the spectacle that is March Madness takes over and seeps into nearly every imaginable facet of life. Hockey is no exception. Over the past few days we have seen numerous NHL players unveil their brackets. In typical form, Alex Ovechkin's is the most memorable as well as the most fun to analyze.
The D.C. Sports Blog unveiled Ovechkin's selections which culminate...
Dustin Byfuglien crashed the net and scored the go-ahead goal in the third period as the Winnipeg Jets defeated the Washington Capitals 3-2 on Friday night.
As Byfuglien skated in front of Capitals goalie Tomas Vokoun, Evander Kane sent the puck into the crease and the big defenseman tipped it in at 9:21 of the third.
Washington went on the power play during the final 2:22 of the...
A flood of people tweeted us about this.
Credit goes to @whistler for the vid:
The chants become louder as the vid goes on The announcers also acknowledge it. Really bizarre stuff.
This might be the first documented case of a crowd outside of Pittsburgh chanting a pro Crosby thing.
This is absolutely amazing. The Capitals played the Jets last night in Winnipeg and lost 3-2. With a few minutes left in the game the fans started a pretty solid ‘Crosby’s better’ chant, no doubt aimed for Alex Ovechkin. Pretty funny and amazing for another team’s fans to chant something like this. Check is out below.
The Washington Capitals were utterly outclassed by a superior hockey team on Sunday night, beaten down by a 5-2 score inside the Madhouse on Madison. The Caps trailed 2-0 after only seven minutes and never recovered. They got goals from Alex Ovechkin and Mike Knuble to make it a tad more interesting in the second period, but by that time, the game was for the most part over...
Until their most recent game, the Washington Capitals were making strides toward a fifth consecutive playoff berth.
To rebound with a win Sunday night, the Capitals will have to get past a Chicago Blackhawks team that's had considerable success lately despite the absence of captain Jonathan Toews.
Washington (36-29-6) had won four in a row and a season-high three straight on...
Andrew Shaw and Bryan Bickell had three point nights as the Blackhawks dominated the Washington Capitals. The Hawks defense in the first period was overwhelming, not allowing a shot on Corey Crawford for over 16 minutes to open the contest. … Continue reading →