Monthly Archives: March 2011

Knuble’s Playing Like A Youngster

By Rodger M. WoodWatching the way veteran Mike Knuble has played hockey the past ten games makes you think the 39-year old forward is drinking from the proverbial fountain of youth.With Alex Ovechkin, Jason Arnott, and Mike Green out of the lineup, he’s picked up additional ice time and made a strong mark on offense.Against […]

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We Want the First Big Prize This Year!

By Rodger M. WoodWinning two of three road games and ten of eleven games with as many as five injured starters on the sidelines, the Caps proved they were still winners, who could win all the marbles once their whole team is back on the ice in April.They faced Montreal, Detroit, and New Jersey on […]

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He’s A Caps Fan!

I’m a Caps Fan, by Remy. If you are a Caps fan, you have probably seen this, but in case you missed it. Have a good laugh. Like this:Like Loading…

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Caps Beat Blackhawks in Overtime 4-3

By Rodger M. WoodAfter last year’s Stanley Cup winners, Chicago Blackhawks, tied the game up at 3-3 on Jonathan Toew’s 6 on 4 power play goal with less than a minute to go in the regulation,Caps rookie center, Marcus Johanssen, doubled up his effort, flew down the ice and set up Mike Knuble’s winning goal […]

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Win One Easy, Win One Hard, Result, 7-Game Winning Streak

By Rodger M. WoodRiding the “karma” of a hot rookie goaltender and the hard work of a rejuvenated team, the Caps are finding different ways to win hockey games again.Showing a lot of offense at home Wednesday, they beat the Edmonton Oilers 5-0.Resorting back to tough defense and playing clutch catch up hockey with two […]

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