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  • Ducks' game plan fails against Capitals in 5-3 loss

    Ducks' game plan fails against Capitals in 5-3 loss
    Knowing where Alexander Ovechkin will be when the Capitals are on the power play is simple: Just look toward the left circle. Neutralizing him when Washington has a man advantage, or at any other time, is much more complicated.
  • Meet the Phantoms Andrew Gordon

    Meet the Phantoms Andrew Gordon
    ANDREW GORDON Size: 6-0, 194 Alternate Captain Position: Right Wing Shoots: Right Birthday: Dec. 13, 1985 Hometown: Halifax, Nova Scotia Family: Long term relationship. THE FACE-OFF Favorite food: "Lobster, the whole thing. I like to buy...

    Alex Oveckin's four points helps Capitals down Ducks

    Alex Oveckin's four points helps Capitals down Ducks
    Alex Ovechkin scored twice in the first period to take over the NHL lead in goals, sending the Washington Capitals to a 5-3 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday. Ovechkin also set up two goals by Andre Burakovsky. Marcus Johansson got the go-ahead...

    Atkinson, Tyutin lead Blue Jackets past Capitals 4-3

    Atkinson, Tyutin lead Blue Jackets past Capitals 4-3
    Cam Atkinson had not scored a goal in his last 18 games. Put on the same line with a couple of the central figures from this past weekend's NHL All-Star Game, he finally found the net. Atkinson and Fedor Tyutin each had a goal and an assist, and...

    Panthers get run over again in Washington; Luongo OK

    Panthers get run over again in Washington; Luongo OK
    After the Panthers won in a NHL-record 20-round shootout on Dec. 16 in Florida, Capitals coach Barry Trotz said, "Chances of that happening again are probably one in a million." Or about the same as the chances, it seems, of the Panthers winning in...