It’s a gorgeous day here in the local viewing area. Let’s wrap it up an evening encounter with the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Puck drop is at 7 PM. Chris is on the recap.
Fresh off a three-game sweep against the New York Islanders, the Caps are hosting their old rivals, the Pittsburgh Penguins, at home. The Caps will be missing Alex Ovechkin and the Penguins have Evgeni Malkin as a game-time decision. Does this even count as a classic Caps/Pens rivalry game if Ovi and Malkin are out? We’ll see.
Puck drop will be at 7 PM and Pete is back with your recap.
I know, I know. You’re thinking, “God, the Isles AGAIN?!”. I agree, I hate seeing their weird orange and blue uniforms buzzing around lookin’ like a group of old, rusty hot wheels cars. Anyway, the good news is that this is it! The last Islanders game of the regular season and the Capitals get to host them at home. At Capital One Arena. In front of fans. For the first time this season.
To anyone attending the game tonight, I hope you have a lot of fun. Be safe! Cheer very loud so we can all hear you! Welcome home!
Puck drop will be at 7 PM and Christopher has your recap.
The last two games between the Washington Capitals and New York Islanders had a grand total of ONE (1) goals scored by either team. Maybe they can do better this evening. They might have to do it without Alex Ovechkin.
Game starts at 7 PM. Chris is in charge of your recap.
Not too long ago I was asking people, “Does this NHL season feel super long?” But now, I can’t believe we’re down to the final ten games of the regular season.
The Capitals are in New York to kick off a three-game extravaganza against the New York Islanders. Both teams are 29-13-4, so expect this series to be pretty intense. The Caps have a bit more of an edge in other areas like power play and shot-attempt percentage, but who the heck knows what kind of Caps team will show up tonight. I won’t “jinx” anything; I did that last time.
Puck drop is at 7 PM and Peter will have your recap.
It’s a beautiful Sunday morning in the DC/Metro area, and we’ve got hockey coming. At noon today the unrested Washington Capitals will play the rested Boston Bruins.
Peter reporting in for recap duty. See you here at noon on the dot. (Or a couple minutes later because it’s a national broadcast.)
It’s going to be a weekend full of early afternoon games, kicking off today at noon thirty as the Caps visit the Philadelphia Flyers, who aren’t really trying anymore. The last time the Caps played a team that has sorta given up, they got washed by the Buffalo Sabres. So uh oh.
See you there at 12:30 pm. I’m Peter, my tweets are good, and I’ve got recap responsibilities.
Tonight is the night. Yes, Nicklas Backstrom will be playing in his 1000th game, so he is the proverbial “belle of the ball” but something else is also occurring. We are done with the Sabres. This is the final one and it would’ve been cool if the Caps were going for the series sweep, but due to the pesky shootout loss in February…we will have to settle for a potential seven wins out of eight. Hard life.
Puck will be dropping at 7 PM and Christopher will have your recap, supplemented by some witty tweets.
The Washington Capitals will play their first game since quite an eventful and crazy trade deadline. They parted with a handful of key roster players and added two new ones. We’ll likely see one of those two new faces make his debut tonight.
Puck drops against the Philadelphia Flyers at 7 PM. Peter will have your recap and great tweets.
On Sunday night, the Washington Capitals will play their final game before the trade deadline. They’ve already parted with one rarely used but well loved piece. Will there be more?
The Caps host the Boston Bruins tonight at 7 PM. Good Take Chris is on recap duty. He’s smart.
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