Washington Capitals

Since the Washington Capitals’ Stanley Cup title in 2018, the franchise has underachieved greatly in the postseason. Though changes happen every year for every NHL team, questionable player moves have become more than innocent mistakes by management. They’ve become a trend. Ex-Capitals Succeeding With New Teams For Capitals fans, it’s disheartening to consider how management
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In today’s NHL rumors rundown, Mark Scheifele is looking at a potential suspension for his charge on Jake Evans of the Montreal Canadiens. There is talk about T.J. Oshie and him being potentially left unprotected during the NHL Expansion Draft. There is chatter on Rick Tocchet coaching interview and finally, a number of pending unrestricted
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The Washington Capitals defeated the New York Islanders 1-0 Tuesday night to complete an impressive three-game sweep to end their regular-season series. The Capitals have a 6-2 record against the Islanders this season but should be wary of a potential first-round matchup against this dangerous squad. Capitals Dominate Islanders in Regular Season Though the Pittsburgh
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The Washington Capitals currently are tied for the second-best record in the league and have scored the fourth-most goals. However, they can barely get anything done against the perfectly average New York Rangers. The Capitals are 1-3 against the Rangers this season and have only accumulated six total goals in those four games. Capitals Can’t
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The St. Louis Blues’ 2019 Stanley Cup victory seems in hindsight like the culmination of ten years of sustained success. But a closer look at the decade shows that the Blues built a contender from 2011 to 2016, then underwent a miniature rebuild in 2017 and 2018 before embarking on the 2019 campaign that ultimately
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