The Washington Nationals have turned their sights back toward their division and the Miami Marlins for a three-game tilt. Here are three things to watch for before the game.
Washington looked to avenge their Game 3 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes Thursday night, but the Canes pulled off a 2-1 win to even the series at 2-2.
The Washington Capitals have a chance to take a 3-1 series lead and get revenge on the team that shut them out in Game Three Thursday night in Carolina against the Hurricanes.
After a poor showing on Tuesday night, the Nationals will look to get back on track and prevent their losing streak from increasing to three games.
Although the Washington Capitals were able to come out with a win in their first two games, it was clear from the opening face-off that Game 3 would be tough in PNC Arena, where the Hurricanes have dominated this season.
Anthony Rendon and the Nationals host the San Francisco Giants for a three-game series. Here are three things to watch for.
The Washington Capitals take a two-game lead to Raleigh, looking for their third win against the Carolina Hurricanes in Monday night’s playoff. Here’s what to know ahead of the game and how you can tune in.
After the Washington Nationals beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2 on Saturday afternoon, both teams hold 7-6 records.
It took a bit of extra time, but thanks to a Brooks Orpik goal, the Washington Capitals took a 2-0 lead against the Carolina Hurricanes with a 4-3 win, reversing an unfortunate trend of falling behind in the first playoff series.
An early surge powered by two goals from Nicklas Backstrom and a power-play tally from Alex Ovechkin led the Washington Capitals to a Game 1 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes. They’ll look to do it again to take a 2-0 series lead Saturday.
After back-to-back series wins on the road, the Nationals return home to face Pittsburgh, their first series against a non-NL East foe.
In the first ever playoff meeting between the Capitals and the Carolina Hurricanes, the Caps came off as the more experienced team with over 1,000 games of playoff experience between them.
The Capitals have a great regular season record against the Carolina Hurricanes, but their first-round playoff opponent has been one of the NHL’s best since the All-Star Break.
After a disastrous end to Saturday’s game, the Nationals can still salvage a series win on Sunday in New York.
The Caps ended their fourth season atop the Metropolitan Division with a 3-0 loss, ensuring the Islanders clinched second place in the Metro.
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