The Washington Capitals survived a late push from the Blue Jackets after Marcus Johansson was called for a questionable delay of game penalty in the last 2 minutes of play, giving Columbus a chance before the Caps held on for a 5-3 win.
Washington Capitals forward Marcus Johansson got checked near his bench and as he was almost falling over the boards, he whacked his coach Barry Trotz in the head with his stick. Trotz would be fine, got patched up and continued coaching. [@CapitalsHill]
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Your browser does not support iframes. Washington Capitals head coach Barry Trotz didn't let a stick to the head stop him from coaching during the first period of Thursday night's game in Philadelphia.Trotz was the victim of his own player's stick as Caps left winger Marcus Johansson was knocked over the boards by Flyers defenseman Luke Schenn. Johansson's stick went flying up and...
Coaching in the National Hockey League can be a dangerous job. Just ask Barry Trotz who took a stick to the head during the Capitals’ game against the Philadelphia Flyers. Trotz was bloodied by the stick which appeared to catch him between the eyebrows.
Don’t be surprised if Trotz makes Marcus Johansson, the owner of the guilty stick, skate a few extra laps in practice.
Early signs are in that Washington Caps Coach Barry Trotz appears to inspire Marcus Johansson because he’s producing more results this season than he ever has. He’s 54th in the league in points, with 12 in 15 games this season, versus 121st last season. If Trotz can inspire Johansson to live up to his 1st […]
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Alexander Ovechkin and Marcus Johansson each scored twice to lead the Washington capitals to a 4-2 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets. After being marred in a five game losing streak, the Caps have suddenly won three straight.
Johansson scored the first of the night just 1:36 into the game, grabbing a puck right in front of Jackets’ net minder Curtis McElhinney and burying it...
As if barely missing out on the playoffs wasn't painful enough, the Washington Capitals now have to endure injury added to insult.Centerman Marcus Johansson left The Capitals' win over the coasting Chicago Blackhawks in the second period on Friday night, the result of taking a Nicklas Backstrom drive off of his left hand during a Caps' power play and did not return.Playing in...
The Washington Capitals are faced with a must win situation the rest of the season. If the team wins out, they may have an outside shot at a playoff berth. In tonight’s game against the St. Louis Blues, forwards Troy Brouwer and Marcus Johansson met between the blue line and center ice during the Capitals late first period power play. Let’s just say that Brouwer has a pretty...
Sweden has put Marcus Johansson in Henrik Sedin's spot for the Sochi Games.
The Swedes announced the roster move Friday.
Henrik Sedin was taken off the Olympic team Thursday because he has bruised ribs.
Johansson has seven goals and 36 points for the Washington Capitals, who will also be represented on Sweden's team by Nicklas Backstrom. Johansson has represented the Swedes previously...
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February 07, 2014