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  • DENVER – This was not how he expected the season would unfold, because who forecasts such unpredictability? “Definitely isn’t the way I drew the year up,” Eric Fehr said, “but that’s the way things go.” Which perhaps made Tuesday so welcome for the Capitals forward, who scored the winning goal in a 2-1 overtime victory […]... read more...
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  • Yesterday afternoon, TSN’s Bob McKenzie reported that the 35 year old Henrik Tallinder, has signed a PTO with Hartford. It is unknown as of this publishing whether the 12 year vet will play tomorrow with the Wolf Pack. Tallinder, cut during the preseason by the Maple Leafs, played last season with Buffalo and the Devils for 3 years before that, will hope to provide the Ran... read more...
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  • The Toronto Maple Leafs are believed to be in play with Joffrey Lupul as he is currently being shopped around. He is in the second-year of a five-year, $26.25 million contract and also has a limited no-trade clause, where he can list up to 16 teams he will not accept a move to. Nazem Kadri, […] read more...
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  • The Washington Capitals must wait another day to learn the status of defenseman Mike Green, whose upper-body injury sidelined him from practice and, depending on its severity, could bring the first shakeup to the team’s blue line since the season opener. Following practice Tuesday, the Capitals will depart for New York to face the Islanders, […]... read more...
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  • In the early hours of Nov. 1, around 2 a.m., Gonzaga College High School hockey player Dominik Pettey was with four others in a disabled vehicle on the side of the Capital Beltway in Montgomery County when a driver, who later showed signs of being impaired, crashed into the car. The other passengers were taken […]... 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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  • Washington Capitals defenseman Mike Green, one of the team’s most productive skaters as the quarter-way checkpoint of this regular season nears, exited during the third period of Saturday night’s 2-1 loss to the Buffalo Sabres with an upper-body injury and did not return. The Capitals, who do not play again until Wednesday and have a scheduled off-day Sunday,... 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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  • It sure looked like the Toronto Maple Leafs were trying to get their head coach fired Tuesday night. The Leafs were torn apart in an embarrassing 9-2 loss to the Nashville Predators in front of the home crowd at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto. The club now has lost its last three games by a combined score of 17-5. Tuesday’s game was particularly disheartening for Leafs f... read more...
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  • Matt Niskanen had celebrated his first goal with the Washington Capitals and partook in an unrelenting fusillade onto the opposing net but now, as the defenseman scrunched his brow and scratched his cheek, he considered the prevailing emotion of another night slipped away. “It’s nice when everyone can touch the puck on the rush and […]... read more...
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  • The NHL is a story of the haves and the have nots. A handful of teams are thriving and posting big revenues while others are struggling to draw 10,000+ fans on a consistent basis. A new study from Forbes has revealed that just six teams were responsible for 76% of the NHL’s total operating income from 2013-14. Via Forbes, here are the teams responsible for bringing in the ... read more...
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  • DENVER – The uncertain timetable for his recovery from a left shoulder injury remained even as Capitals forward Brooks Laich began practicing again, but the lessons learned from rushing back too soon, he hoped, would create caution this time around. Less than three weeks after incurring the injury during a collision against Florida, Laich wanted […]... read more...
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  • We typically keep things pretty Pens-centric around here, but today we’re going to dish out some takes from around the NHL this week. There isn’t a lot of feel-good stories this week. Pascal Dupuis is out for the season, Jack Johnson has some terrible parents, and Toronto and Edmonton suck. This might be the most depressing HotTake Tuesday of all time, but at least we can... read more...
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