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Washington Capitals right wing Tom Wilson (43) and defenseman Karl Alzner (27) defend with goalie Braden Holtby (70) in the goal in the second period of an NHL hockey game against the Boston Bruins, Sunday, March 15, 2015, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Braden Holtby makes 32 saves, Capitals slow surging Bruins

- Associated Press

Holtby made 32 saves for his eighth shutout of the season, Nicklas Backstrom became Washington’s career assists leader, and the Capitals cooled the surging Boston Bruins with a 2-0 victory Sunday night.

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Arizona Coyotes radio analyst Nick Boynton has been hit with several charges, including assault and resisting arrest, after authorities say he became belligerent at the casino in Buffalo and bit the hand of an officer trying to subdue the former NHL defensemen.

NHL Capsules

- Associated Press

Anze Kopitar scored with 4:23 left, defenseman Alec Martinez had two assists, and the Los Angeles Kings won their third straight on their road trip by beating the slumping New York Islanders 3-2 on Thursday night.

Sharks sign 2 college players

Associated Press

The San Jose Sharks have signed former Wisconsin goalie Joel Rumpel and Cornell defenseman Joakim Ryan to contracts and assigned them to Worcester of the AHL.

NHL broadcaster arrested after incident at Buffalo casino

Associated Press

Arizona Coyotes radio analyst Nick Boynton has been placed on a leave of absence by the team after being involved in a disturbance at the casino in Buffalo while in town for Thursday night's game against the Sabres.

Washington Capitals right wing Eric Fehr (16) looks to Washington Capitals defenseman Mike Green (52) as Fehr celebrates his goal in the second period of an NHL hockey game against the New Jersey Devils, Thursday, March 26, 2015, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Capitals coach laments 'poor' play in 3-2 OT win over Devils

- Associated Press

Even if a win is a win is a win, especially for a team chasing a playoff berth, Washington Capitals coach Barry Trotz gave a rather blunt and unflattering assessment of his team's performance in this particular victory.