In a tweet Sunday, a Washington Capitals spokesman said that T.J. Oshie underwent a successful surgical procedure on his right clavicle; but the right-winger is expected to be out indefinitely.
Wednesday night’s game was the second time the Caps have faced the Bolts in March, with one game remaining against them on March 30. The Lightning pulled off a win in the first meeting last Saturday, and bested the Caps again Wednesday 5-4, their second win in five days over the Caps.
After being blanked 2-0 the last time these two teams met, the Washington Capitals saw a similar start to Friday’s matchup, but ultimately, things took a turn for the better as they came out of Long Island with a 3-1 victory.
After four days off — three without practice — the Washington Capitals shook off some expected rust Thursday night in one of their most balanced performances of the season.
Even though the Pittsburgh Penguins went back-to-back in 2016 and 2017, the odds are against Washington repeating despite bringing back an almost identical roster from last year’s run.
Just a few days after going on sale, the Capitals Stanley Cup Champions bobbleheads have been among the most popular NHL championship bobbleheads produced and the company that makes them are adding some more options for fans.
Fans hoping to commemorate the Caps win in a unique way may want to consider shelling out $900 for a 3.5-foot-tall Alex Ovechkin bobblehead.
The Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals returned home Friday evening and gathered on the roof deck of Don Tito in Clarendon to celebrate. See photos.
In a Tuesday morning tweet, Metro congratulated Caps forward T.J. Oshie on Monday night’s victory and hinted at honoring the 31-year-old in a commemorative fare card.
Like he did for Saturday’s Game 3, Washington Capitals star T.J. Oshie took Metro to get to Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final at Capital One Arena — but this time, with a pit stop.
Caps’ TJ Oshie and Matt Niskanen took the metro to the Capital One Arena for Game 3 and fans were there to prove it.
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