And so, the Capitals have reached another game seven match-up in the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs. This time, they forced a game seven against the number one-seeded New York Rangers. While the Rangers dominated play and just got out of game five with a last second, game tying goal and OT win, the Washington Capitals…Click here for more.
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In less than two minutes, the Washington Capitals went from returning home with a 3-2 series advantage to facing elimination in game six. Goals from Brad Richards and Marc Staal, tied up game five with less than 7 seconds remaining and won the game for the Rangers in OT, respectively. The Caps have shown a…Click here for more.
Everyone recovered from watching the triple overtime loss to the Rangers in game three? Good because now the Capitals have to bounce back and tie the series back up at two games a side. As I mentioned before game three, this Eastern Conference Semifinals series is all about who can convert prime scoring opportunities. The…Click here for more.
Entering the Eastern Conference Semifinals series with the New York Rangers, the Caps stuck to their game plan from round one of surviving the opponent’s pushes and capitalizing on their mistakes. It appears that in the New York Rangers, the Capitals are facing another even match-up. Winning games in this series will come down to…Click here for more.
After going the distance against the defending Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins, the Caps find themselves facing a familiar playoffs opponent in the Eastern Conference Semifinals. The Washington Capitals will face a New York Rangers team that they have bested twice as the favorite, in recent years. This year, the Capitals enter yet another best…Click here for more.