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When does a 95.3-mph slap shot seem like child's play? When Zdeno Chara fires one at 108.8.
Sidney Crosby isn't just dealing with the lingering effects of a concussion. A California doctor says the Pittsburgh Penguins' star also is recovering from a neck injury.
Earlier this week, Tim Thomas made a big-time political statement by choosing to skip the Boston Bruins' trip to the White House honoring them for winning the Stanley Cup. Thomas, a well-known conservative and not a big fan of President Barack Obama, made the statement that it wasn't about politics and that he wouldn't talk about the subject.
It might feel like the good Ol' Boston days for Dennis Wideman this weekend, on a team captained by Zdeno Chara and coached by Claude Julien and his staff. If only Wideman's time with the Bruins didn't end on such a sour note.
Fresh off the ice and a victory against his former team, Capitals defenseman Dennis Wideman sat in the locker room at Verizon Center among a swarm of reporters.
If you're looking for the face of the Washington Capitals these days, check out Matt Hendricks' mug. After doing battle with the Boston Bruins on Tuesday night, Hendricks pointed to a bright red welt on his left cheek and said, "That's [the work of] a stick." Then he pointed to his right ear, equally rosy — and possibly in need of stitches — and said, "That's a puck."
The butterflies were going for defenseman Karl Alzner on Tuesday. The Washington Capitals already had lost two in a row with a showdown against the reigning Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins looming.
The Washington Nationals' newest horse spent the past few days getting acquainted with his new city.
Mathieu Perreault still felt the sting of shaving cream in his left eye. Alex Ovechkin was suspended for the game, but the Washington Capitals captain and expert of the shaving cream towel managed to catch the young French-Canadian forward by surprise.