Category Archives: Washington Capitals

Ovechkin vs. Lundqvist: Game 7’s Tale of the Tape

Lundqvist vs Ovechkin(AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

Lundqvist vs Ovechkin(AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

Henrik Lundqvist and Alex Ovechkin are truly two of the best at their respective positions. The beauty of this confrontation is simple, there is no lineup matchup here to worry about or any other issues that would not have these two face-off for every minute that Ovechkin hits the ice. Read more

FTHN Playoff Report: Isles strike first, Sens and Habs head games begin

Subban is ejected in game 1  (Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press via AP)

Subban is ejected in game 1 (Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press via AP)

Last night action in the Eastern Conference started off on the wrong foot with an ugly goal to open the 2015 Playoffs by Braden Holtby and an own goal by Andrei Markov in Montreal. Read more

Washington Capitals make a complete turnaround from last season

Ovechkin scores on Al Montoya (CSN Washington)

Ovechkin scores on Al Montoya (CSN Washington)

Last season was the first in six seasons that the Washington Capitals did not qualify for the playoffs. They ended their campaign with a 38-30-14 record. This year the Caps came back to finish second on the Metropolitan Division and will face the New York Islanders in the first round of the playoffs. They even pushed to the 100 point threshold for the first time since Bruce Boudreau was the Caps coach. Read more

Virtually locked up Eastern Conference is all about positioning now

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Price is screened by Helm (Photo: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)

The 8 teams that currently hold playoff spots today, will likely be the same ones holding them at the close of the regular season.
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