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Destiny Deals Caps Fan A Cruel Fate!

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 […]

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Win A Couple For The Gipper!

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 […]

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Caps Split Home Series With Rangers

By Rodger M. Wood If the Caps/Rangers keeping playing the classically tough hockey they played in Games 3 and 4 of the semi final Stanley Cup Playoffs at the Verizon Center last week for the rest of the series, the fans watching are going to have to keep an aspirin bottle by their sides to […]

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Coach Hunter Leads the Caps Home

By Rodger M. Wood The Caps play the Rangers in Game 3 of the semi final playoff series at the Verizon Center tonight after coming off a dramatic second game 3-2 win at the wildly partisan Madison Square Garden to even the series off at 1-1. Ovie quieted the taunting NY fans, scoring the winning […]

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Caps Beat Bruins in Overtime

By Rodger M. Wood Fourth liner Joel Ward, assisted by Mike Knuble, scored the dramatic winning goal in overtime to beat Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins 2-1 in the seventh game of their quarterfinal playoffs series. Capitals third and fourth lines dominated much of play with hard forechecking and backchecking all over the ice, with […]

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