The only difference between the Capitals now-reeling at 2-6-1-and the Capitals a few years ago after being swept by the Montreal Canadiens in the first round of the 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs following a Presidents’ Trophy season, is the perception of them as winners and losers. Just last year, the Washington Capitals were still on…Click here for more.
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I spent most of my hockey time since Saturday afternoon watching the return of the NHL. It started with the LA Kings raising their Stanley Cup banner and ended with attending the debacle that was the Capitals’ home opener, last night. It was great to watch the best hockey players in the world playing against…Click here for more.
With the lockout ending and the 2013 NHL season about to begin, many clubs are attempting to repair their damaged relationships with the fans. Most of the NHL franchises are offering deals like discounted merchandise, discounted or even free concessions at the arenas, and special events during the week leading up to opening night, January…Click here for more.
Every player and fan already knows, the current NHL labor dispute, sucks. There is simply no other way to describe it. For most American hockey people, the closest professional hockey team is an NHL club. For that same demographic, the only televised hockey they usually get to see are local market and nationally televised NHL…Click here for more.
Five days before the opening of NHL free agency for 2012, the Washington Capitals named Adam Oates as the new head coach of the Caps. Oates was on a short list of rumored candidates that included former Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup winning assistant coach, Mike Haviland and the Norfolks Admirals’ 2012 Calder Cup winning head coach,…Click here for more.