The Capitals have two days to stew over their most lopsided playoff defeat in nearly six years. How can they rebound in Game 4 against Carolina?
Last year’s Stanley Cup Champions the Washington Capitals are hoping for a repeat in 2019. See photos of their playoff run.
The Capitals looked lost in January. They were the NHL’s worst defensive team for the month and at one point lost seven straight. It was the type of ugly stretch that could send a once-promising season off the rails. The defending champs never panicked.
With the conclusion of the NHL regular season, Alex Ovechkin officially secured his eighth-career Rocket Richard Trophy as the NHL’s goal-scoring leader. Ovechkin is the first player to lead the league in goal scoring as many as eight times.
The Capitals were forced into overtime with just 31 seconds left in regulation, but walked away with a 6-5 win against the New York Rangers.
The game started off well for the Capitals as captain Alex Ovechkin scored first, sealing his tenth 40-goal season, but Washington quickly fell behind.
It was the first time the Washington Capitals skated at T-Mobile Arena since winning and hoisting Stanley Cup in June. The Caps lost to the Vegas Golden Knights 5-3 Tuesday night. See photos.
The 2019 Capitals Canine Calendar dropped this week, launching the Caps’ most recent fundraiser to benefit our four-legged friends. If you’re still looking for the perfect holiday gift for the sporty dog-lover in your life, you need not look fur-ther.
Monumental Sports and Entertainment signed a partnership deal with Geico for a “patch” sponsorship for the three D.C. teams. Geico appears prominently in the upper right corner of jerseys, and will debut on TV Friday night.
The well-traveled Stanley Cup made its way to Capitol Hill, where fans decked out in team apparel lined the halls of the Rayburn Building to get their turn with the championship prize won by the Washington Capitals this summer.
Fans of the Washington Capitals have been flocking to local sporting good stores to snap up hats, T-shirts, bumper stickers, and shot glasses emblazoned with the words “Stanley Cup Champions.”
D.C. was a sea of red as fans dressed up to show their support for the 2018 Stanley Cup champions. Share your Caps gear photos.
Hockey fans can still ride Metro after the Washington Capitals play the Vegas Golden Knights in Game 4 at the Capital One Arena on Monday, June 4.
Before the puck drops tonight for Game 7 between the Capitals and Lightning in the East Final, take one more listen back, in montage form, at Washington’s 3-0 win in Game 6.
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.”
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