D.C. Sports: State of the Union 2016From stable to volatile, here's your State of the Union for D.C. sports franchises in 2016.
Even Alex Ovechkin Is Buying Tickets For The $1.5 Billion Powerball JackpotEven for a super star of Ovechkin's caliber, $1.5 billion - roughly $930 million cash value after taxes - is a ton of money.
Ovechkin Scores in Overtime to Give Caps Crazy WinAlexander Ovechkin scored his second goal of the game at 1:25 of overtime and the Washington Capitals rallied to beat the New York Rangers 4-3 on Saturday.
Caps Spoil Sullivan's Debut as Penguins Coach With 4-1 WinT.J. Oshie scored twice and added an assist as the Capitals easily handled the rival Pittsburgh Penguins.
Holtby Leads Capitals Past Lightning, 2-1Braden Holtby came up big early on and then throughout the third period to continue his winning ways.
Oshie Gets Tiebreaking Goal in 3rd, Capitals Beat CanadiensThe Montreal Canadiens had everything going their way on Thursday night, except they didn't have Braden Holtby.
Selena Gomez Flirts on Social Media With Caps Right Wing Tom WilsonSelena Gomez is reportedly crushing on Washington Capitals right wing Tom Wilson.
Capitals Score 4 in First, Beat Avalanche 7-3After the Washington Capitals snapped a streak of nine games without scoring first, they weren't about to stop at one goal.
D.C., Other Cities Honor Paris Attack VictimsPeople from cities across the United States joined together Friday to honor the victims of the attacks on Paris.
Caps Fall to Flames 3-2 in OTSean Monahan scored his second goal of the game 1:40 into overtime to give the Flames a 3-2 win over the Washington Capitals on Friday night.
Ovechkin, Holtby Help Capitals to Shootout Win Over LeafsWashington coach Barry Trotz said Alex Ovechkin did not play one of his best games Saturday night, even though Ovechkin once again came through when the Capitals needed him.
Lundqvist Has 32 Saves, Rangers Beat Caps in Playoff RematchKevin Hayes snapped a tie late in the first period, and the opportunistic Rangers defeated the Capitals 5-2 on Tuesday night in their first game since New York defeated Washington in seven games in the Eastern Conference semifinals last spring.