Hear highlights from Game 4 between the Capitals and Hurricanes. Courtesy: Capitals Radio Network
Coming off their most lopsided playoff defeat in nearly six years, the Washington Capitals will have a different look for Game 4 against the Carolina Hurricanes.
Hear all the highlights from Game 2 between the Capitals and Hurricanes. Courtesy: Capitals Radio Network
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.
In an era where enforcers are hard to find, not only does Wilson play on the edge — he lives on it.
Heading into Sunday’s game, the Capitals were looking to regain their momentum following two straight lackluster losses. However, they knew a win wouldn’t come easy; the Philadelphia Flyers needed as many wins as possible en route to keeping their playoff hopes alive.
Washington has won six of its last seven games and has beaten the Sabres twice at home in less than a week. Buffalo is 0-5-2 in its last seven games in Washington.
Tom Wilson has grown into one of the Capitals’ most important players and is the heartbeat of the team. His biggest challenge now is trying to stay on the ice.
Tom Wilson scored again before being ejected, Nicklas Backstrom had a hat trick and the Washington Capitals beat the New Jersey Devils 6-3 to extend the defending Stanley Cup champions’ winning streak to seven games.
Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson’s 20-game suspension for an illegal check to an opponent’s head in a preseason game has been upheld by NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman.
Wilson was suspended for his hit on Blues forward Oskar Sundqvist in Washington’s preseason finale
Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson has been suspended 20 games by the NHL for a blindside hit to the head of an opponent during a preseason game.
The only thing harder than winning a championship is winning two back-to-back. The Caps return to the ice knowing the challenge in front of them.
After winning the Stanley Cup, this summer’s been a nonstop party for the Washington Capitals. But with practice beginning Friday, it’s officially time to get back to work. See photos.
The Washington Capitals have re-signed right winger Tom Wilson to a $31.02 million, six-year deal.
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