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Something happened en route to the Caps dropping a divisional game at home to the Flyers on Sunday: Alex Ovechkin.
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Brayden Schenn was having one of his best games of the season vs. the Washington Capitals on Tuesday, until Tom Wilson put an end to it.
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Schmidt scored a goal in Hershey's regular-season opener on Oct. 5 and was quickly recalled by the Washington Capitals.
The Washington Capitals have done a remarkable job of identifying and selecting high-end talent on a consistent basis, despite rarely having selections earlier than No.
Eric Fehr has become one of the Washington Capitals automatic options in shootouts, seeing as he's a perfect five-for-five on the season.
I'm writing to say I was wrong about you. Very wrong. Not quite two years ago, I wrote a column for another Washington area outlet which I titled "Alex Ovechkin: Former Superstar."
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The Flyers, a team with only one rookie on the roster, are still learning - at least according to Craig Berube.
The Washington Capitals take on the Philadelphia Flyers Tuesday for the third of five meetings this season, and the second of two back-to-back games this week.
Caps' fans came to the Verizon Center Sunday afternoon to see the Caps play the Flyers, but they didn't come empty handed.
Capitals goalie Philipp Grubauer pokes the puck away from Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Martin St. Louis on Dec. 10. When the Washington Capitals took to the ice for practice in Arlington Monday there was a sudden abundance of healthy goaltenders.
Washington Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin was recognized Monday as the NHL's top performer for the week ending Dec. 15. Ovechkin led the league with five goals, four of which came in a 6-5 shootout win over Tampa Bay on Dec. 10. It was his third career four-goal game.
The team's first coach, Jim Anderson , won only four of 54 games before being fired midway through the team's inaugural season.
Mikhail Grabovski missed Capitals practice Monday with the same flu that kept him out of Sunday's 5-4 shootout win over the Flyers.
Even though the Great Eight fell just shy of 50 goals in 50 games, 48 in 50 in today's game is just as special.