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A Chance at Redemption for Alex Ovechkin and the Capitals

If at first you don’t succeed, chai and chai again. If you aren’t a drinker of chai tea or iced dirty chai’s, you likely won’t appreciate that pun, so instead, change chai into try. That is exactly what the Washington Capitals have done thus far in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Washington seemed to have been cursed in the postseason, especially… Read More

Capitals Week in Review

The Washington Capitals played three games last week, going 2-1. Washington is now 10-3-0 with 20 points and sit in second place in the Metropolitan Division, trailing the New York Rangers by two points. Rangers 5 Capitals 3 (November 3rd) The Capitals outshot the Rangers, but that wasn’t enough as the Rangers took over first place in the division. New… Read More

Capitals busy in early goings of free agency

The Washington Capitals are a team that needed to make some upgrades this offseason, after yet another disappointing playoff departure. Washington was able to do just that by way of free agency and trade. Late Wednesday night, the Caps signed veteran right winger, Justin Williams, to a two-year, $6.5 million deal. Williams is a three-time Stanley Cup winner, including two… Read More

Annual Playoff Busts

Every year you can expect three things – in no specific order – death, taxes and superstar athletes who can’t lead their respective teams to a championship or who always seem to come up short in the postseason. Not every team can win a championship in a given year, as there is only one. With that said, some teams and… Read More