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Topic - Bruce Boudreau
Capitals assistant coach Blaine Forsythe says the Caps need to become "a team again."
Alex Ovechkin says he had a nice dinner with new Capitals head coach Barry Trotz, his fourth coach in three years.
Barry Trotz is the most experienced head coaching hire in Capitals history. But what exactly have 15 years in the NHL taught the Caps' new bench boss?
Former Capitals head coach Bruce Boudreau drops to 1-5 in Game 7s as an NHL bench boss as Kings eliminate Ducks.
For the past few years, the Anaheim Ducks have watched enviously while the Los Angeles Kings evolved into phenomenal playoff performers and Stanley Cup champions.
When John Gibson flew across the continent from Newfoundland a few days ago, he knew there was a good chance he would make his NHL postseason debut shortly after he finally landed in Southern California.
Anze Kopitar politely disagrees with the idea that the Los Angeles Kings' top line has dominated the Anaheim Ducks' best scorers in their second-round playoff series.
Ryan Getzlaf hates missing hockey games, and the Anaheim Ducks just aren't the same when their captain isn't there.
Anaheim captain Ryan Getzlaf was asked about the Dallas Stars trying to get under his skin or into his head with their physical play in Game 3.
The Anaheim Ducks roared to a big early lead before blowing three-quarters of it. They skated circles around the Dallas Stars early, only to hold on by their fingernails late.
A day after Anaheim captain Ryan Getzlaf took a slap shot to the head, the Ducks had already found the lighter side of a potentially disastrous playoff injury.
From the moment Stephane Robidas was traded from the Dallas Stars to the Anaheim Ducks last month, he realized he might end up facing his former teammates in the first round of the playoffs.
Moments after securing the No. 1 seed for the Western Conference playoffs, Anaheim Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau was asked the secret to beating the Los Angeles Kings four straight times.
With the fate of their season likely in the balance, the Caps started off their west coast road trip with a big win in Anaheim.
The Anaheim Ducks have been pretty mighty since Bruce Boudreau took over for them last two seasons ago. Catch tonight's action at 10 p.m. on CSN.
"It's a bitter pill to swallow," said Boudreau who has led his teams to three regular-season conference titles, but has never advanced past the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
"The first period was like men against boys, quite frankly," Boudreau said. "They were bigger, stronger, more determined. Everything we said we didn't want to do, we did."