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The real season is almost here as the Capitals try to put last year's playoff flameout in the past. But before it all gets under way Wednesday night, the Washington Times' Stephen Whyno hands out some invisible hardware.
Rewind two seasons and there were the Capitals, a young team trying to win the franchise's first playoff series in 11 years. After two games at home, they were down 2-0, and then 3-1 after four. But they still managed to come all the way back to beat the New York Rangers.
Mike Knuble comes from Michigan, not Napa Valley. But as long as he keeps producing for the Capitals, his coach’s comparison rings true.
Even in a season that has featured its share of ups and downs, two scores stick out for the Capitals - 7-0 and 6-0. Both are losses, and both came at the hands of the New York Rangers.
Once again, it's time to check off some items on my "TIDU List" - Things I Don't Understand: c How the Capitals can go wrong with either goalie.
A couple weeks ago, after an emotional shootout victory in Philadelphia, Capitals coach Bruce Boudreau called earning the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference an "uphill climb." Turns out it wasn't exactly as hard as scaling Mount Everest.
With two games left in the season, the Capitals were still talking about having something to play for. They do – but that didn’t mean Jason Arnott and Scott Hannan couldn’t get the night off, along with the banged-up Alexander Semin.
The Capitals had the day off Sunday, so winger Matt Bradley took his 16-month-old son out on the town. In the middle of the afternoon, though, he just couldn't help himself. He had to check his phone to see how the Flyers-Rangers game had gone.
Mike Knuble said Tuesday morning that he looked at two different standings and saw the Capitals in first place in one and in second in the other. There’s no doubt anymore.