As the Capitals prepare for Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Final on Wednesday night, we take a stroll down memory lane and look back at Washington’s four wins in a Game 7 setting.
Hear the Capitals’ highlights from Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final as called by John Walton and Ken Sabourin on the Washington Capitals Radio Network
When the Capitals host the Lightning on Monday, they will be skating in their 100th game of the season. The Capitals are confident it won’t be their last.
Hear the highlights from Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Final courtesy the Washington Capitals Radio Network
Hear the highlights of Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Final between the Capitals and Lightning, as heard on the Capitals Radio Network with John Walton on the call.
Capitals forward Nicklas Backstrom could return to the lineup for Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Final against Tampa Bay. Backstrom has missed four games with a hand injury.
Hear the highlights of Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Final between the Washington Capitals and the Tampa Bay Lightning with John Walton and Ken Sabourin on the call.
Hear the highlights below from Game 2 with John Walton and Ken Sabourin on the call on the Capitals Radio Network. Follow the Capitals Radio Network on Twitter @CapitalsRadio.
Catch all the highlights of Game 1 between the Capitals and Lightning in the Eastern Conference with John Walton on the Capitals Radio Network.
Evgeny Kuznetsov’s series-clinching goal to eliminate the Pittsburgh Penguins ranks among the greatest goals in Capitals franchise history. But is it No. 1?
It took a lot longer than the Capitals ever wanted, but an older, wiser, grayer Alex Ovechkin and his teammates finally broke through to beat the Penguins and reach the conference finals.
Hear how Evgeny Kuznetsov’s overtime game-winner sounded on the Capitals Radio Network (spoiler alert: John Walton was excited).
With the Capitals leading the Penguins 3-games-to-2 in their second-round series, and Washington once again a win away from advancing to the conference final, head coach Barry Trotz has a message for the fan base: “Just get behind us.”
Washington Capitals center Nicklas Backstrom traveled with the team to Pittsburgh and could be in the lineup for Game 6 on Monday. Backstrom left Game 5 midway through the third period with an upper-body injury.
Rookie Shane Gersich is expected to remain in the Capitals lineup Saturday for Game 5 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series against the Penguins. Gersich impressed in his postseason debut in Game 4 Thursday in Pittsburgh.
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