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  • DENVER – Two games and 30 minutes removed from the quarter mark of their 2014-15 season, the Washington Capitals (8-7-3) conclude a six-day road trip high near the Rocky Mountains, looking to head home with two victories in their pocket. Blocking the way are the hosts, the Colorado Avalanche (6-8-5), winners of two straight and rested after zero games since Saturda... read more...
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  • In two weeks, the television cameras from Epix will begin trailing the Washington Capitals full-time, filming for the four-episode, all-access “Road to the NHL Winter Classic” show. The crews have already been around the practice facility, setting up promotional spots and conducting interviews, and Wednesday, the network announced its air dates for the series. The [̷... read more...
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  •   The Chicago Blackhawks might have the best team in the NHL on paper, but their play has not reflected their talent.  Here are my five thoughts on the first quarter of the season. (please read that sentence in Lovie’ Smith’s voice). 1. The Blackhawks offensive talent has not met expectation: With talented players such […] ... read more...
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  • After years serving as backup to Roberto Luongo, Boston College's career leader in shutouts returns to the TD Garden as a New Jersey Devil for the first time as a bonafide No. 1 goaltender since his final collegiate season at "The Heights" in 2007.... read more...
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  • The Washington Capitals reassigned forward Chris Brown to their American Hockey League affiliate in Hershey, a space-clearing move coinciding with forward Liam O’Brien returning to practice from an upper-body injury and forward Brooks Laich nearing a comeback from his shoulder issue. Called up Nov. 14 to face the New Jersey Devils that night, Brown traveled […... read more...
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  • DENVER – The Washington Capitals stood along the boards Thursday morning at Pepsi Center, their second day here in the mountains, and wondered how to handle an altitude known for shredding lungs. Should they shed all caution and skate hard? Should they coast for several line rushes and adjust? “I don’t think there’s any black […]... read more...
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  • GLENDALE, Ariz. – The last time Braden Holtby met reporters, he wore an expressionless mask, somber and searching for an answer after one mistake cost the Washington Capitals a game. Here Tuesday night, cameras surrounded Holtby again, and he still donned a blank stare, the postgame stoicism he had always tried to show, except now […]... read more...
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  • Engineering a better road performance is a primary objective for the Kings 21 games into the 2014-15 season. With one win away from Staples Center on the year, the club that has established itself as one of the stronger road teams in the league – it finished with identical 23-14-4 records at home and on the road last season – hasn’t held true to that identity through the quart... read more...
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  • The hockey world lost one of it’s best last night when Pat Quinn passed away at the age of 71. Of course, fans of the Toronto Maple Leafs will remember when he was with the Leafs in late 1990’s to the early 2000’s as their head coach and general manager. He was one of the […] ... read more...
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  • HERSHEY, Pa. – Before the regular season began, their first together as head coaches within the Washington Capitals organization, Barry Trotz and Troy Mann decided upon a 48-hour rule of communication. No two days would pass, they agreed, without sharing notes on Trotz’s Capitals and Mann’s Hershey Bears. Then the schedule kicked into overdrive, meetings […]... read more...
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  • The Toronto Maple Leafs seem to be willing to move winger Joffrey Lupul to shake up their roster. #484425297 / gettyimages.com David Pagnotta tweeted out his thoughts on the Maple Leafs trade situation Sunday,If Leafs move one of their "name" guys, everything I've heard leads me to believe Lupul (factor contract, too) is the guy. But we'll see.— David Pagnotta (@TheFo... read more...
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  • GLENDALE, Ariz. – The Washington Capitals returned to the ice here late Monday morning, rejuvenated by an off-day spent golfing, watching football or relaxing with countrymen, still searching for the definitive end to the feelings of spinning wheels which have endured through 17 games. They have played well in some games and emerged with zero standings […]... read more...
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  • Carolina Hurricanes head coach Bill Peters told local media on Monday that defenseman Brett Bellemore will likely be out for 7-10 days due to a lower-body injury that he suffered on Saturday in Colorado. Brett Bellemore (lower body) likely out 7-10 days, according to #Canes head coach Bill Peters. — Michael Smith (@MSmithCanes) November 24, […] ... read more...
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