Category Archives: Features

TJ’s Shutout at Verizon Center

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 […]

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Don’t Wait For The NHL, See Your Local Youth Play Their Game!

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.

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Should the Caps Be Buyers or Sellers

By Rodger M. Wood After losing to Tampa in overtime and Florida in regulation last Tuesday and Wednesday, and falling out of first place in the Southeast Division into 9th place in Eastern Conference playoff hunt, Caps management faces the dilemma of should they become buyers or sellers before the NHL February 28th trade deadline. […]

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Maybe Boudreau Should Sit Down Ovechkin or Semin!

By Rodger M. Wood Although the Caps are 1-4-1 in the past six games, not all is bleak with the Capitals nowadays. They started the season off with 7 straight wins, have won 10 games of 17 for the season, and are tied with the lowly Florida Panthers for the Southeast Division lead with 21 […]

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The Caps Need Heart To Win The Stanley Cup

By Rodger M. Wood Like the Marines, our theme for the Caps’ 2011-2012 season will be “acta non verba,” or “actions not words.” We’re tired of getting all fired up at the beginning of a season, only to be let down with the team’s early departure from the Stanley Cup playoffs. After the Capitals hockey […]

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