The Washington Capitals visited the Land of 10,000 Lakes and took down the Wild in a very spirited affair, 4-3.
The Wild out-shot the Caps 40 to 30 and out-attempted them at five-on-five 51 to 45.
The Washington Capitals dropped the second half of their home and away “series” against the Winnipeg Jets by a score of 3-0. It’s only the second time the Caps have been shutout this season.
The Caps out-shot the Jets 34 to 32 and out-attempted them at five-on-five 52 to 48.
In their first, very close to complete effort in a long time the Washington Capitals took down the Winnipeg Jets 4-3 in a shootout. The post trade deadline portion of the schedule is off to a great start.
The Caps out-shot the Jets 37 to 33, but were out-attempted at five-on-five 59 to 54.
The Washington Capitals still didn’t play very good hockey for large stretches of Sunday afternoon’s matchup with the Pittsburgh Penguins, but they came away with a 5-3 win. You’ll take that and any win over the Pens literally ever. Lets hope the boys build from it.
The Pens out-shot the Caps 36 to 23 and out-attempted them at five-on-five 45 to 35.
Your Washington Capitals are still playing absolute garbage hockey and it feels like we haven’t see this sort of low level since Adam Oates was behind the bench. Things only continued in the wrong direction as the Caps spoiled Alex Ovechkin’s 700th goal night with a listless 3-2 loss to the New Jersey Devils.
The Caps out-shot the Devs 35 to 29, but were out-attempted at five-on-five 40 to 37.
The Washington Capitals are still a very bad hockey team right now. Since late December they’ve been barely a .500 club and that rough stretched continued Thursday night as they dropped a 4-3 decision to the Montreal Canadiens in overtime.
The shots at the end of the night were locked at 32, but the Habs out-attempted the Caps at five-on-five 58 to 44.
The Washington Capitals are in a funk right now. That funk doesn’t look like it’s going away anytime soon as they dropped a Monday evening decision to the Vegas Golden Knights 3-2.
The Knights out-shot the Caps 26 to 26, but were out-attempted at five-on-five 48 to 39.
The Washington Capitals had a nice little road winning streak going before running into the defensive stalwarts that are the Arizona Coyotes and their goaltending. The Coyotes put the clamps on the Caps and came away with a 3-1 home victory.
The Caps out-shot the Coyotes 36 to 30 and out-attempted them at five-on-five 52 to 46.
“Better” is the word I would use to describe the Washington Capitals effort on the road against the Colorado Avalanche. To be fair though, it wouldn’t be tough to play much better than the past couple inexcusable efforts, but we’re being positive today. It did take a late comeback, but the whole process was there in the 3-2 win.
The Caps out-shot the Avs 38 to 34 and out-attempted them at five-on-five 45 to 44.
The Washington Capitals got mega-boomed by the Philadelphia Flyers in their worst game of the season to date. To make matters worse, Chris is out of town, so I’m gonna do the morning-after story. Here’s a bunch of depressing stats.
The Caps out-attempted the Flyers 38 to 37.
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