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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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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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Complete Game Gives the Caps a 3-1 Win! Off To The Second Round.

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Rangers Outgoon Caps 3-2

By Rodger M. WoodThe Caps retaliated to Rangers goon tactics in a hostile Madison Square Gardens, got caught and gave up too many power plays, forgot how to check and block shots, and lost a Gotham street fight 3-2.While the Rangers scored on only one of them, the young Caps gave up eight power plays, […]

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