NY Islanders Right Wing Michael Grabner. (Brandon Titus/ Inside Hockey)

Caps shut out by lowly Islanders

In a game with several thrilling chances, near misses and quality goaltending by both teams, an unassuming third-period shot from the point ended up determining the outcome of the Capitals-Islanders tilt, a 1-0...
NHL 2011 - Oct 20 - Washington Capitals at Philadelphia Flyers

Miller, Sabres sneak by Caps in shootout

On the surface, the Capitals 2-1 loss to the Buffalo Sabres, which came in their 13th shootout of the season, was largely forgettable. A mentally and physically fatigued Washington team failed to dictate the pl...
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Caps notch regulation win over Rangers

The Capitals, playing in the final tilt of a three-game homestand, gave themselves a six-point cushion over the New York Rangers with a 3-2 win against the Blueshirts Friday night. In the 200th regular season m...
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Caps discuss move to Metropolitan Division

From 1998 to 2013, the Washington Capitals won seven Southeast Division titles. That feat, however, doesn’t impress many people. Despite producing two Stanley Cup winners and a President’s Trophy winner, the So...
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Backstrom, Holtby Lift Caps Past Rangers

The game came down to a battle between countrymen both vying for the extra point that would boost their respective teams in the standings and that could very well end up being the deciding factor between a play...
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Rangers and Caps Meet Again

If the Washington Capitals learned anything from last year’s first-round playoff upset, it is to not take opponents for granted. This is a lesson the Caps will need to bring to the table as they face the No. 8 ...