More than a dozen Nationals players were at Game 4 to cheer on the Capitals over the Rangers at Verizon Center.
Andre Burakovsky, who hasn’t had much to smile about this season, finally warmed up after scoring two goals in the biggest game of his life.
Anger has eaten previous Capitals coaches alive. Barry Trotz picks his moments carefully, and as a result, so do his players.
Jay Beagle’s decisive Game 3 goal may have been lucky, but being in the position to be lucky was a feat in and of itself.
The Capitals’ Game 3 win wasn’t solely because of Braden Holtby, says Alan May, who adds, anyone suggesting otherwise is “just being lazy.”
Braden Holtby’s relentless netminding helps the Capitals regain the series lead from the Rangers.
In an industry that relies on comparisons, New York fans and media are largely bristling at the suggestion Ovechkin plays like Messier.
As skilled as some of the Caps playoff teams have been since 2007, they have never been able to get past the Conference Semifinals
Joel Ward’s game-winning goal shocked the human being right out of The Sports Junkies.
The instantaneous reaction to Joel Ward’s game-winning Capitals-Rangers Game 1 goal says everything about being a Capitals fan. Savor this moment.
A blizzard of iconic photos from the six years of the NHL’s Winter Classic, played outdoors annually on New Year’s Day. The game will be played at Nationals Park on Jan. 1, 2015.