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Kevin Klein

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Second Period Thread

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First period strikes from Mikhail Grabovski and Nicklas Backstrom make Bruce Boudreau's first seventeen minutes back in Verizon an ugly twenty. Or a beautiful seventeen...and then Andrew Cogliano...

Recap: Miserable Matinee Turns Marvelous

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Continuing their penchant for late-game dramatics (and for stealing standings points), the Capitals complete an unlikely comeback in the shootout

Third Period Thread

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Mike Streit rips off an ill-advised breakout pass and makes the game 2-1. It stays that way into the second intermission.

Second Period Thread

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Alex Ovechkin's slick pass to Marcus Johansson on the power play gave the Caps a 1-0 lead, but Claude Giroux tied it at 1 with less than a minute in the period.

Recap: 4 Ovi Goals, 5 Nicky Points, 1 Caps Win

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Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom put on a clinic for the Washington faithful en route to a 6-5 shootout victory.

Third Period Thread

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Nicklas Backstrom strikes on the power play, but Tampa Bay answers, and then Alex Ovechkin answers back. And then Ovi again. 4-4.

Second Period Thread

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Mike Green plays the best period of hockey ever. Alex Ovechkin is awesome. 3-1 TBL. That's less awesome.

Recap: Wey Cool Firsts for Three Blueliners.

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A nice victory for the good guys features one defenseman's first NHL game, another's first NHL goal, and another's first NHL home goal.

Third Period Thread

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Lots of scoring in the first period. Not so much in the second. Game stays 3-1 Caps.

Second Period Thread

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Tallies from Troy Brouwer, Alex Ovechkin and, uh, Karl Alzner get the Caps off to a good start.

Rink Mailbag: 23 vs. 61, 52 vs. the Cap and... 55?

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A look at a curious personnel decision amongst the blueliners, whether or not the Caps have a potential buyout candidate on the blueline and the return of a fan favorite in this week's installment...

Recap: Two Points for Fehr, Grabovski, Caps

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With a four game losing streak to their name, the Capitals came into tonight's game with some heavy Black Friday baggage. A comeback 3-2 victory for the Caps lessened that weight.

Third Period Thread

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Eric Fehr ties the game at 1, but in true Capitals fashion, the good guys yield the lead to Brian Gionta and the Habs before 70 seconds have passed. 2-1 Habs.

Second Period Thread

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Daniel Briere capitalizes on a defensive breakdown in front of the net by Tyson Strachan and Alexander Urbom. The Habs take a 1-0 lead into the first intermission.

Recap: Budaj'd

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With a chance to give a three-game homestand a happy ending, Michal Neuvirth and the Capitals fall short.

Third Period Thread

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After four goals in the first period, the goal lights stay off in the second, and probably only because of some stellar play by Peter Budaj in the Montreal net.

Second Period Thread

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Goal for Travis Moen. Goal for David Desharnais. Goal for Daniel Briere. Goal for Alexander Ovechkin. It's the damndest thing. Only one of those guys play for the Caps. 3-1 Habs.

Is Braden Holtby a Franchise Goaltender?

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A look at the Caps' young netminder's career to date, and what his past performances might tell us about the future.

What Sound Does a Penguin Make? Woof.

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Washington sees its win-streak snapped and their hopes of taking first place in the Metro Division dashed for now

Third Period Thread

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Uhg. Crosby. 3-0.

Second Period Thread

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The Penguins pepper Braden Holtby with seventeen shots, and two of 'em make it by. Not the start the good guys were looking for. 2-0 Pens.

Giving The Blues the Blues

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Washington scored early and often en route to their third-straight win.

Third Period Thread

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Vladimir Sobotka and John Carlson trade power play goals, and Alexander Ovechkin doesn't have a hat trick, doesn't have a hat trick, doesn't have a hat trick, come on, join in why don't you? 4-1 Caps.

Second Period Thread

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Alexander Steen came into this game with a two-goal goal scoring lead on incumbent champion Alexander Ovechkin. It didn't make it through the first period. 3-0 Caps after a huge period from the...

When Scoring Lines Don't Score

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A look at the alterations Adam Oates made to his team's top (supposedly) two scoring lines, and how they've manifest in the five games since.

The Noon Number: Primary Resources

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Today's Noon Number looks at a pair of skaters with a mutually beneficial relationship.

The Noon Number: Snakebitten Blueliner

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Looking at the, uh, rarefied air kept by a certain defenseman without a goal, and not for lack of trying.

The Noon Number: More Than a Third From the Third

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Today's Noon Number takes a look at an unlikely line's production against its fellows.

Recap: Flyin' Low a Mile High

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The good guys took the ice at 5,280 feet, looking for points in their sixth straight tussle. They met with disappointment at the hands of Semyon Varlamov and a regressing power play.

Third Period Thread

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Joel Ward line giveth to tie the game at one, Joel Ward line taketh away, the Avs regain a 2-1 lead, which they take into the second intermission.

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