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  • Braden Holtby waited on the ice as his Capitals teammates stepped through the gate, past the bench and into the tunnel, another slow first period behind them. Stick raised, he offered a soft tap to each skater, one nudge into the locker room. In a tie game that Holtby had prevented from spiraling out of […]... read more...
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  • PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh held a team meeting before its game Thursday night against Virginia Tech to provide a reminder that all was not lost despite a three-game skid. “We told each other we can’t go down 0-4, we can’t have this losing streak, we have to redeem ourselves in prime time,” wide receiver Tyler Boyd said. “That’s what we did.” ... read more...
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  • EDMONTON, Canada — Greetings from Edmonton, or more specifically Edmonton International Airport, where the Washington Capitals will soon arrive, bus to practice — 2 p.m. local time — in nearby LeDuc and officially begin their annual western Canada road trip. Forward Tom Wilson has been turfed to Hershey for a rehabilitation stint, forward Jay Beagle [&#... read more...
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  • BLACKSBURG, Va. — Ever the outdoorsman, Virginia Tech quarterback Michael Brewer predictably spent his first bye weekend in southwest Virginia. He took a fishing pole to his favorite spot on the New River. He went bow hunting in the Jefferson National Forest and almost bagged... read more...
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  • Milan Lucic is a bully. He regularly forces his way into spaces where the defense is making a point to keep him out. And one of those places, where Lucic earns his paycheck and helps pad others, is the filthy area above the blue paint.... read more...
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  • PITTSBURGH — Frank Beamer doesn’t want to talk about momentum or the way Virginia Tech has reasserted itself as a factor in the ACC’s wide-open Coastal Division following a two-game pratfall against East Carolina and Georgia Tech. ... read more...
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  • The Washington Capitals arrived at their facility Friday morning, riding high from a blowout win over New Jersey, to find an unexpected reprieve. Coach Barry Trotz had skated their legs raw during training camp, and two shootout losses in the first three games didn’t offer much room for relaxation. Now, with a homestand winding down […]... read more...
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  • Though the end result in the St. Louis Blues’ 3-2 loss to the New York Rangers in their opener was disappointing, the ratings for the first game of 2014-15 were a huge success. Fox Sports Midwest announced that the game posted the highest ratings for an opener airing on FSMW. In its 19th year of covering the Blues, FSMW saw a 6.4 household rating for the Blues and Ranger... read more...
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