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Caps win back-to-back games after deadline deals

WASHINGTON – After dealing for winger Carl Hagelin and defenseman Nick Jensen, the Capitals won their second game in a row, scoring seven unanswered goals in a 7-2 victory against the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday. The Capitals have now won…

Caps coming together as they prepare for playoff push

WASHINGTON – The Capitals overcame controversial calls and a high hit that briefly forced center Evgeny Kuznetsov to leave the game to beat the Colorado Avalanche 4-3 in overtime on Thursday. It was the Capitals’ third win in four games…

The Washington Bullpen, Episode 12

WASHINGTON – On the last episode of “The Washington Bullpen” for the semester, hosts Julia Karron and Jarod Golub discuss the legal troubles of President Donald Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, the IRS website crash, Barbara Bush’s passing, Kendrick Lamar winning…

Navy Marine-Corps Memorial Stadium begins transformation for Capitals Stadium Series match-up

The NHL has officially begun the transformation of the Navy Marine-Corps Memorial Stadium into an outdoor hockey rink where the Washington Capitals will take on the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium starts transformation into hockey rink

The National Hockey League has started construction on the rink for the first NHL game to be played at a service academy, and the 25th outdoor game since 2003.

Fanalytics Ep. 7: Rajon Rondo injured and “Playoffs in DC”

Gabe and Connor discuss the potential consequences of Rajon Rondo’s injury, jump around the sports landscape for some quick stats, and perform an original song about the playoffs in D.C. Lyrics: You trudged through months of late-night games against the…

Capitals new defender Kevin Shattenkirk should boost scoring

In 190 minutes on the power play this year with the Blues, Shattenkirk registered 20 points. The Capitals’ three most-used defenders have 27 points with the man-advantage—in nearly twice as much time on the ice.

Sagging NHL power play opportunities hurting Capitals’ Alex Ovechkin

Alex Ovechkin is quickly climbing the NHL’s all-time scoring lists, but a league-wide lack of power play opportunities may be hampering his ascent.

Congressional Hockey: Lobbyists and Congressmen Face Off for Charity

Lobbyists and congressmen hit the ice at the 8th Annual Congressional Hockey Challenge.

Capitals Move On Without Veteran Laich

The Capitals traded Brooks Laich late Sunday night, cementing the 12-year legacy of one Washington’s longest tenured professional athletes.