For the second series in a row, the Caps came up big with a game four win, 3-2 over the New York Rangers, and now head back to New York for game five all tied at two games a piece.
The Caps limited the Rangers to fourteen shots on goal, which on a normal night would be good. Today wasn’t normal as the Rangers put three by Braden Holtby, two in the third, to come away with a 3-1 Eastern Conference Semifinals game one win over the Caps.
The Washington Capitals couldn’t close it out at home falling 4-3 to the Boston Bruins in overtime and will head back to Boston for a deciding game seven Wednesday.
Arlington, VA-The Washington Capitals held an optional skate today one day after evening up the series at one game a piece after their 2-1 double overtime win over the Boston Bruins.
Arlington, VA-The Washington Capitals continued their preparation for the Boston Bruins today and had some good news as Michal Neuvirth practiced today for the first time since being injured April 5th against the Florida Panthers.
Arlington, VA-Nicklas Backstrom is set to make his return tonight after missing the last forty games with a concussion and just in the nick of time.
Arlington, VA-The Capitals prepare for a huge game tomorrow hosting the Buffalo Sabres with playoff implications on the line.
Arlington, VA-The Capitals missed a key component today at practice as they take off to play the Philadelphia Flyers tomorrow and end their five game road trip.
Arlington, VA-The NHL announced today that Capitals defenseman Mike Green has been suspended three games for his left arm making contact to Tampa Bay Lightning forward Brett Connolly’s head.
Arlington, VA-The Capitals held a full practice today without Tomas Vokoun a day after their 5-0 home shutout loss to the New Jersey Devils.