Found December 06, 2011 on Rock the Red:
Washington Capitals (13-12-1) vs. Ottawa Senators (13-11-3) Location: ScotiaBank Place Time: 7:00 PM TV: Local: Comcast SportsNet (HD) (Game On!), TSN Radio: 1500AM, 820 AM, and XMPrevious Games:Dec 3, 2011 OTT@WSH, 3-2 W (OT)Games Remaining: Dec 7, 2011 WSH@OTT, 7:00 PM Feb 22, 2012 WSH@OTT, 7:00 PM Familiar Faces of Former Capitals: D Sergei Gonchar (654 GP, 1994-2004)Former Senators: Brooks Laich (1 GP, 2004)Opposing Viewpoints: Our Bloguin Partner: The 6th Sens, Silver Seven Are you ready to kill a brew? The Washington Capitals finally found their offense on Monday night in Florida.  With four even-strength goals in regulation, the Capitals matched their offensive output from their previous 3 games combined under new head coach Dale Hunter.  With their new-found offense, the Capitals will face the only team Hunter has beaten so far, the Ottawa Senators, but this time they'll play in Canada.  This game also marks Hunter's first game back in Ontario since he left ...
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