by Rodger Wood Tied 3 games to 3 games, the Washington Capitals came into Game 7 of the 2015 quarterfinal playoff series ready to batter and bruise a physically smaller, 13 players depleted (including veteran defensemen Travis Harmonic, Calvin deHaan, and Lubomir Visnovsky) tired New York Islanders hockey team. While the Islanders hung in the […]
Grandson TJ Wood made his debut in the nets at the Verizon Center January 24, 2013 between the second and third periods of the Montreal Canadiens/Washington Capitals game. Representing the State of Virginia in the 8 – year division, young TJ shut out the opposing Maryland shooter in three shootout attempts while the Virginia shooter […]
Why waste time waiting for NHL hockey to return when you have the opportunity to watch these kids play the game for fun. Check out my 8-year grandson TJ in the nets for his local Ashburn travel team playing against NOVA December 1st at the Ashburn ice arena.
By Rodger M. Wood While many believe the Caps overachieved in the 2012 playoffs, if the truth was better recognized, destiny dealt the Caps and their fans a cruel fate. Like Ulysses, their ship was lured into a shipwreck on the rocks by beautiful beckoning Sirens. Fate mistreated us when we came within 6 seconds […]
By Rodger M. Wood The Caps loss of Game 5 in overtime 3-2 may just be unjustly blamed on our hard working hero of the Bruins quarter finals, right winger Joel Ward for a high stick penalty on Rangers forward Carl Hagelin with 22 seconds remaining in the game and the Caps ahead 2-1. Ward […]