NHL 

The Stanley Cup can be hoisted tonight in Pittsburgh

The Pittsburgh Penguins are on the verge of winning the Stanley Cup for the fourth time in franchise history and can do so tonight on home ice. The icing on the cakeĀ is the fact that the Penguins can become the first Pittsburgh team to win a championship in the “Burgh” since Bill Mazeroski hit a walk-off home run to win… Read More
Capitals 

Early playoff exit a familiar theme for Washington

Another year in the Alex Ovechkin era, another postseason wasted. The Washington Capitals were eliminated in the second round at the hands of the Pittsburgh Penguins in six games. Since drafting Ovechkin No. 1 overall in 2004, the Caps have made the playoffs eight times and have not advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals. Washington entered the postseason as the… Read More
Capitals 

Orpik returns to Caps lineup for pivotal Game 6

The Washington Capitals penalty kill unit has done a stellar job against the high-powered Penguins power play unit. The Caps have allowed just goal to Pittsburgh with a man-advantage. Washington had an even bigger power play to kill off as veteran defenseman Brooks Orpik has missed the last three games due to a vicious his on Pens defenseman Olli Maatta.… Read More
Capitals 

Series tied at one a piece as it heads to Pittsburgh

This is the heavyweight fight hockey fans have been clamoring for since 2009. The Washington Capitals and the Pittsburgh Penguins, who have a ton of playoff history together, have both come out swinging. After two rounds, the heavyweight fight is all tied up with each team winning a game in the Verizon Center. The Capitals took Game 1, 4-3 in… Read More