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Capitals Hit the Ice for Informal Workouts

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On the same day that most kids went back to school, party time came to an end for the reigning and now defending Stanley Cup Champions; as the Capitals held their first informal workouts. The Caps took their celebration with the Cup to a whole new level this summer; so much so that Keeper of […]

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D.C. Sports: Whose City is it Really?

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The Capitals won the Cup last month. Redskins training camp starts next week. The Wizards actually made moves during free agency. The Nationals are hosting All-Star Weekend and are in prime position for another October run. Lastly but certainly not least, the Mystics (yes, the WNBA’s Washington Mystics) are currently in first place in the […]

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Capitals five keys to winning the Stanley Cup Finals

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The Washington Capitals and Vegas Golden Knights are both seeking their first Stanley Cup in franchise history; granted the Golden Knights are in their first year of existence. In order for Washington to accomplish that feat, they must follow these five keys early and often throughout the series.   SCORE FIRST The Capitals are 10-4 […]

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Stanley Cup Finals: It’s time to ALL UNITE for ALL CAPS

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Disappointment and Collapse. For the past few years, those are the words that have defined DC sports. The Redskins barely find themselves in the position to make the playoffs and when they do you can almost guarantee they’re one and done. The Wizards have consistently made the playoffs lately; but after a game seven loss […]

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Caps offense explodes in game two; lead series 2-0

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Heading into game two, the Capitals were looking for a repeat performance; while the Lightning were looking for the complete opposite of game one‘s showing. Tom Wilson scored 28 seconds into the Mother’s Day contest to give the Caps an early 1-0 lead. Wilson’s goal was assisted by Matt Niskanen and Evgeny Kuznetsov. After Wilson’s […]

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Capitals dominate game one to steal home-ice

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Playing in the conference finals for the first time in 20 years, the Capitals wasted no time in seizing the opportunity. Michal Kempny scored 7:28 into the first period to open up the scoring in this series. The goal was Kempny first career playoff goal; and assisted by Capitals hero Evgeny Kuznetsov and John Carlson. […]