Capital Ups and Downs: Week 11


The latest edition of our weekly look at individual Washington Capitals ups and downs.

The Noon Number: 2


Today's Number looks at long layoffs in a short season

NHL Power Rankings, Adding Isles Playoff Chances?


Forget the bad news... What do the Isles have to do from here to make the playoffs?

Wednesday Caps Clips: Regroup and Start Again


Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Recaps of last night's loss, Backstrom improves, Ovechkin gets a haircut and more.

Isles Bits: Post-game coverage, intrasquad chirps


Post-game coverage, in which David Ullstrom chirps Matt Martin for that car wreck along the right wing boards.

Isles 3, Caps 2: Inching Closer to the Playoffs


The Islanders continue to win on the road, downing the Caps with a late 3rd period goal.

Tavares Wins It Late, Streak Ends


A second period Caps comeback was not enough to beat the Islanders on home ice.

Isles vs. Caps Preview: Ye olde Patrick battle


The reconstituted Patrick Division doesn't get off the ground until 2013-14, but might as well get a head start and battle the Caps for old time's sake.

Isles Gameday Bits: Murray affect the market?


Does the Penguins' premium purchase of Doug Murray mean the Isles can command a lot for their UFAs? Or does "stand pat" mean stand pat in all forms?

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