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  • Capitals top Blackhawks 3-2 in Winter Classic

    Capitals top Blackhawks 3-2 in Winter Classic
    WASHINGTON — The Winter Classic began with perhaps a bit too much sun. By the end, seat cushions were falling from the sky. The latest NHL outdoor game had a cliffhanger ending Thursday, with Troy Brouwer scoring with 12.9 seconds remaining to...
  • Capitals stymied by struggling Rangers, 2-0

    The The New York Rangers arrived in Washington a road-weary and wayward bunch, allowing an NHL-high five goals per game and unable to establish any consistency under their new head coach. But some habits, like rendering the Capitals ineffective, appear as...
  • Lack of production on offense becomes worry for Caps

    PREDATORS @CAPITALS Tuesday, 7 p.m. TV: Comcast SportsNet In each of the past three games, the Capitals have mustered just one goal. Go back a little further, and Washington has scored just one goal in nine out of the past 16 games dating to Nov. 15...
  • Backstrom, Semin, Ovechkin score as offense finds stride

    Over the past week, the Washington Capitals wondered where their offense had gone, but Tuesday night at Verizon Center against the stingy Nashville Predators they found the power switch again. Alex Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom and Alexander Semin...
  • 'Not a very good atmosphere' after another slow start leads to Caps loss

    — The NHL's holiday break ended Monday when games resumed around the league, but apparently no one told the Washington Capitals. Facing the Buffalo Sabres at First Niagara Center after a two-day break, the Capitals looked uninspired, rarely...
  • Lack of picks doesn't bother GM McPhee

    — Washington Capitals general manager George McPhee will have five selections, tied for the fewest in franchise history, when the NHL draft begins tonight at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn. The small number of draft picks doesn't bother...
  • Capitals trade goalie Varlamov to Avalanche

    The Washington Capitals were one of the busiest teams Friday when the doors to the 2011 NHL free agent market opened, as general manager George McPhee sent goalie Semyon Varlamov to Colorado for a pair of draft picks and added three veterans to the...
  • Blues beat Caps 2-1 in Hunter's debut as coach

    Former Washington Capitals great Dale Hunter earned the applause of the sellout crowd Tuesday night at Verizon Center for his NHL coaching debut behind the home team's bench. There were video montages of his fights and goals, replays of Hunter's...
  • Green sends Caps past Hurricanes in opener, 4-3

    The Washington Capitals' 2011-12 season opener certainly wasn't pretty. They gained and relinquished two separate one-goal leads and the Carolina Hurricanes forced overtime with less than two minutes remaining. But in the extra session the Capitals found...
  • With labor strife finally over, a day for Caps to unite

    The applause echoed through the rafters and the sound of stomping feet rumbled across the aluminum bleachers as members of the Washington Capitals stepped onto the ice Sunday morning. As the players warmed up, the rows of fans who packed the seats and...
  • Kings' Jack Johnson channeling his inner Tebow

     
    That, apparently, was it for the Tebow. It sounded like Kings' defenseman Jack Johnson would not be "Tebowing," again. I talked with him after Monday's night's 5-2 win against the Capitals and about his Tim Tebow-inspired celebration after scoring off.......