Washington Capitals Desperate to Beat Edmonton Oilers

Washington Capitals

The Edmonton Oilers have lost seven of their last eight trips to the Verizon Center. The Washington Capitals must continue that trend on Monday night or the chorus of criticism aimed at everyone from the general manager down will get […]

It’s Time For The Washington Capitals To Make Some Changes

Michal Neuvirth

The Washington Capitals‘ current record of 1-4-0 is certainly not the start to the 2013-14 NHL season that anybody in D.C. wanted to see. It’s time for head coach Adam Oates to reinvent the club; he must take action soon, […]

Adam Oates Staying Calm as the Washington Capitals Host the Colorado Avalanche

Adam Oates

On Saturday night, the Washington Capitals welcome the 4-0-0 Colorado Avalanche to the Verizon Center. However, the Caps’ Head Coach Adam Oates is not one to panic about his 1-3-0 team hosting an unbeaten outfit that has outscored its opponents 13 to three. Even though most […]

Panic Time For Washington Capitals?

Adam Oates

Are the Washington Capitals now in crisis mode after blowing two leads in a 3-2 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday? Not according to the team — but things have to change. There is way too much talent in […]

Washington Capitals Hope for First Regulation Win Against Carolina Hurricanes

Brooks Laich

Thursday night sees the first ever Metropolitan Division match-up involving the Washington Capitals when they face the Carolina Hurricanes at the Verizon Center. The Caps have started the new NHL season by scoring an impressive 10 goals through three games, […]

5 Washington Capitals With The Most To Prove

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Washington Capitals Must Increase Their Even Strength Scoring and Reduce Turnovers

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Last season, the Washington Capitals had the best power play in the NHL. This season, they are picking up where they left off in that department with seven of their 10 goals coming on the man advantage. Yet, that proves […]

Washington Capitals’ Stars Begin As They Mean to Continue

Alex Ovechkin & Mike Green

Only three games into the regular season, it’s too early to tell which players will be at the top of the Washington Capitals‘ scoring chart at the end of the 2013-14 NHL season. However, I doubt that the five currently […]

Washington Capitals’ Alex Ovechkin Will Rule the 2013-14 NHL Season

Alex Ovechkin

Alex Ovechkin is setting the stage for an outstanding 2013-14 NHL season if his first two games are anything to go by. The Washington Capitals’ captain is leading by example, skillfully powering his way all around the ice. He’s already […]

Washington Capitals Look to Avoid Mistakes Against Calgary Flames

Braden Holtby

With the government shutdown ongoing, it’s time to put D.C. on the map for a happier reason when the Washington Capitals host the Calgary Flames on Thursday night at the Verizon Center for the Caps’ home opener. The Capitals are […]

Some Good Things To Take From the Washington Capitals’ 6-4 Loss to Chicago Blackhawks

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The Washington Capitals began their 2013-14 NHL season with a 6-4 defeat against the Stanley Cup holding Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday night. The game was a close affair with neither team gaining a two-goal lead until the closing seconds. Despite […]

Washington Capitals Enter 2013-14 NHL Season With Renewed Optimism

Tom Wilson

The Washington Capitals begin the new NHL season tonight at the United Center against the Chicago Blackhawks with the same baggage they’ve dragged with them for every season opener since 2008: A superior regular season followed by a dismal postseason. […]