The NHL has cancelled the season. There will be no game tonight. Except for the ones we’ll be playing together online.
Yeah, this is plan B. Meet us here at 8 PM.
The Capitals have traveled up north to face off against the Buffalo Sabres. The Sabres have lost six games in a row and are looking to break that streak. The Caps looked great after their Saturday win in Pittsburgh. But, the most important thing to keep in mind about tonight? It’s game number 69. We did it. Here’s hoping for a nice win.
The puck will be dropping at 7 PM and, no matter the outcome, you’re going to get a glorious recap from Peter.
Hoo boy, the Capitals stink lately. And today at 1 PM in Pittsburgh, we’ll watch them either continue to stink or actually, ya know, do something about it. Here’s some comfort I can offer you: the Penguins have been pretty bad lately too, having just recently snapped a long losing streak.
Puck drop is at 1 PM. I have the sarcastic honorrrrr of doing the recap.
We’re shaking yesterday off. Today is a new day. Thursday is always a better day than a Wednesday. The Capitals have traveled north to play the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden. Truly hoping that the Caps show up in a mood that doesn’t involve the penalty box.
Puck drop is at 7 PM and Peter will once again be back here with your recap. You lucky dogs.
The newest owner of second place in this year’s Metropolitan Division comes to town on Wednesday in the form of the Philadelphia Flyers. The Flyers are rolling on a six-game win streak that the Caps hope to halt.
Puck drop is at 7 PM, and Peter’s on recap duty.
The Washington Capitals haven’t been too great lately, but neither have the Minnesota Wild. Last month they traded away their best player and fired their coach. They’re currently outside the playoff bubble, but the western conference is so crowded they’re necessarily out of the race yet.
The Washington Capitals can help settle that matter on Sunday night ay 8 PM. Chris has recap duty, so treat him nicely.
The Washington Capitals have hit the road and first stopped in Winnipeg to play the Jets again. Hopefully this time the Capitals can hold on to the lead and get the two points during regulation. I know this isn’t about me, but I just started a new job on Monday and I am exhausted, so I would appreciate a winning end on the earlier side.
Puck drop is at 8 PM and Julia will meet you back here for the recap!
The Washington Capitals will take on the Winnipeg Jets in their first game post NHL trade deadline and will do so with new acquisition, Ilya Kovalchuk. Lets get him a goal or two in his debut, eh boys?
Puck drop is at your normal 7 PM and Elyse (we stan) has your recap.
There’s a scene in the movie That Thing You Do where Tom Hanks is playing a record-label guy, and he’s talking to this scrappy little band who is about to play a big show, and he says, “it’s very important you don’t stink today.”
Don’t know why I thought about that just now.
Anyway, the Caps host the Pens high noon today in DC.
Okay, I’ve got good news. Yeah, yeah, the Capitals are playing like irradiated toilet trash lately and Alex Ovechkin has decided to stay at 699 goals forever because he says it is “nice”, but today the Washington Capitals will play a team so bad that they might win without actually playing any better.
The New Jersey Devils are hosting the boys today at 1 PM. My favorite friend, Chris Cerullo, has the recap.
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