Johansson Ties Game 3 for Capitals with Nifty Shin Tip-inMarcus Johansson ties Game 3 for Capitals with this nifty goal.
Capitals Re-Sign Marcus Johansson to One-Year DealThe Washington Capitals have re-signed forward Marcus Johansson to a one-year, $3.75 million contract, the team announced late Friday night.
Capitals Get Early Fire Alarm Wake-up Call in Philly; Trotz Jokingly Blames Flyers FansThe Capitals, on short rest, received an unexpected early-morning fire alarm wake-up call; Barry Trotz jokingly blamed Philly fans.
Caps Fall to Blackhawks in OTAndrew Shaw knocked in a rebound at 1:47 of overtime to give the Chicago Blackhawks a 4-3 victory over the Washington Capitals on Saturday night in the teams' preseason finale.
Washington Capitals 2013 Offseason Roster MovesChange was imminent for the Capitals. After losing both Matt Hendricks and Mike Ribeiro to Free Agency, here's an updated list of all offseason transactions that will affect Washington's 2013-14 roster.
Adam Oates: We've 'Got to Keep the Pedal Down' in Game 2Coach Adam Oates emphasized the importance of the Caps not letting up when they get a lead, a mentality they exercised in Game 1, scoring their third goal just 46 seconds after the second Thursday. They'll have to "keep the pedal down" to hold serve at home against the Rangers in Game 2.
Holtby Stops 44 As Caps Win Game 4, Draw Even With BruinsThe Washington Capitals beat the Boston Bruins 2-1 to tie the series at two games a piece as Braden Holtby stopped 44 shots in the win.
Caps Lose Laich In LossWashington, DC-The Caps fall 4-1 to the Boston Bruins, but might of lost more than the game as Brooks Laich left in the second period and didn't return.
Caps Crush Preds On Knuble's Big DayWashington, DC-The Caps came up big on Mike Knuble's 1000th game ending the Nashville Predators five game winning streak beating them 4-1 at Verizon Center.
Capitals Practice UpdateArlington, VA-The Capitals shuffled their forward lines today as they prepare to exact some revenge on the hot Nashville Predators tomorrow.
Blue Friday For CapsWashington, DC-The Capitals fall for only their second time at Verizon Center this season getting blown out 6-3 by the New York Rangers.
Caps End SlideThe Caps ended their two game slide with a 3-1 win on the road in New Jersey in the first of a home and home with the Devils.

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