Capitals Ups and Downs: Week 6

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

Enough of the fights after legal hits.

Whatever happened to taking a number and hitting that player later in the game? We used to refer to it as taking the license plate of the truck that hit you. It's hockey you're going to get another chance to get them later.

The Noon Number: Holtby Saves

A look at how Braden Holtby handles a heavy workload


Capitals-Wild: The Night in Pictures

The smiling continues in 33 shots from the Capitals win over the Wild.

Friday Caps Clips: How Swede It Is

Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Recaps of the Caps' comeback shootout win over the Wild and more

Wild Get Capitalized, Lose 3-2 in a Shootout

Coyle and Granlund score, but the Wild lose in a shootout in our Nation's Captial.

Recap: Holtby, Swedes Lead Caps to Comeback Win

After trading power play goals in the first, the Caps and Wild would play a tight game for the final 40 minutes. Braden Holtby slammed the door in the shootout to help the Caps skate away with another win.

Wild look to continue streak tonight against Caps

The Minnesota Wild are smoking hot right now. They have won six of the last seven games. During that time frame, they have scored 24 goals. The Minnesota Wild have the second best power play in the NHL (25.0 percent), second only to the Capitals.

Noon Number: Hail to the Caps and Let's Go 'Skins

A look at a rare Washington double-shot

Thursday Caps Clips: Wild @ Capitals Game Day

Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Minny comes for a visit, the Caps' special teams are teh awesome, multimedia Tom Wilson, and more.

Noon Number (November 6th)

Let's take a look at the PDO numbers around the league and see who is due for some regression.

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