Tag Archives: Hockey

Let’s Change The Capitals Losing Formula

By Rodger M. Wood The Caps looked like they wanted to beat the Panthers last Tuesday at the Verizon Center. They dominated the opponent with outstanding forechecking, goal tending, power play, penalty kill, hard play, demonstrating all of the elements necessary for a NHL team to win the big games. With the 4-0 win, they […]

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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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Caps Fans Are Still Rocking The Red

By Rodger M. Wood Share| After a disastrous Game 7 loss against Montreal last April, Washington Capitals fans are surprisingly still rocking the red in mid – summer.They let their enthusiasm show big time at the Washington Capitals FanFest 2010 last Saturday.Close to 10,000 folks enjoyed the free open skate, moon bounce, face paintings, pop […]

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A Dream Within A Dream

As if still in a dream, the slowly building tempo of Dick Dale and his Del Tones’ Peter Gunn coaxed me into the early hours of the morning. I rose into the darkness and staggered out of bed to begin the day searching through my mind fog when it hit me like Alex Ovechkin on […]

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Canadiens Outlast Caps 2-1 to Win Quarterfinal Series

By Rodger M. Wood It was a great team effort, Canadiens goalie, Jaroslav Halak, and veteran defensemen, Roman Hamrlik, Josh Gorges, Hal Gill and youngster, Ryan O’Byrne playing together to beat the #1 seeded Washington Capitals 2-1 in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup quarterfinals.Montreal scored first on an offensive zone penalty power play in […]

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