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The Washington-New Jersey game, if it did nothing else Thursday, gave Capitals fans emotional whiplash, as it went from a lullaby to fireworks to a full-out penalty box parade within a 60-minute framework.
Before the ugly for the Capitals, there were high points. Alex Ovechkin—minus the actual scoring goals part—looked like a superstar, fighting for the puck and forcing two New Jersey tripping penalties that gave the Capitals a man advantage twice. He even tried a slick pass as he barreled down on the net a second time—a notable adjustment to his routine, considering he’d had a lack of success on a similar pattern not long before that. Jason Chimera, however, was unable to capitalize once the puck reached him.
The beginning of this shortened season hasn’t been particularly the best canvas to show off the caliber of expected offensive superstars—I’ve seen Steven Stamkos, Claude Giroux, and Sidney Crosby all visit Verizon early this season, and the only one that forced my att...
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It's official - Brooks Laich joined Twitter. There have been petitions in the past to get him to join (which he ignored), but he is now tweeting from @brookslaich. Welcome to Twitter, Brooks!The post Brooks Laich Joins Twitter (Finally) appeared first on Capitals Outsider.
The unbeaten Blackhawks have continued their red-hot start on CSN Chicago. Meanwhile, the last-place Capitals are up double-digits on CSN Mid-Atlantic, and Tuesday’s college hoops clash between Indiana and Michigan State neared a season-high on [...]
Oh, dear. (NJnow.com)
The Washington Capitals lost their second consecutive game on Thursday night, falling to the New Jersey Devils 3-2 in Washington in the first half of a home-set doubleheader with the Eastern Conference Champions. After scoring two power play goals, on each from Mathieu Perreault and Mike Ribeiro, to take a 2-1 lead into the third period, the Capitals fell...
In the 5-1 win over the New Jersey Devils, Alex Ovechkin both reminded everyone and himself why he wears the “C” with a natural hat trick and assist. “To be honest with you I kinda forget what “Rock the Red” means. The fans—a couple games ago, before the game I said, you have to cheer us, you have to push us forward,” the 27-year-old responded when asked about the energy...
from Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Mail,
Trying to assess when a rebuilding team is ready to make that great leap forward is always a tricky suspect business. Usually, improvements occur in small increments and are often hard to detect, and then it all comes together in one big push forward. The Pittsburgh Penguins did it in the second year of the Sidney Crosby era, jumping...
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Welcome to the Weekend Update. This is the weekly article that keeps you up-to-date on the NHL standings, provides you with videos from around the world of hockey from the week that was, and informs Nashvillians on the NHL games on television in the upcoming week. In this edition, Alex Semin makes an incredible pass, Vinny Prospal uses a spin-o-rama...