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Latest Bruce Boudreau Items
A hockey rink has two nets, which means three goaltenders makes for a crowd. And with just nine games left in the regular season, the Capitals are thinking playoffs.
Washington Capitals coach Bruce Boudreau has a message for fans who don't want to see players injured by hits to the head in hockey.
The Capitals are 7-0 since acquiring Jason Arnott from the Devils at the trade deadline. Now they'll have to see how they do without him.
The Washington Capitals are back where they expected to be, riding an eight-game winning streak and challenging for the top seed in the Eastern Conference.
The Washington Capitals showed at least glimpses of a team that could make a run this spring with a thrilling 4-3 overtime win over the Chicago Blackhawks at Verizon Center that extended their winning streak to eight.
When the Chicago Blackhawks went to the White House on Friday to meet President Obama, they were without –- among others -– Kris Versteeg, Dustin Byfuglien, Antti Niemi, key pieces of their Stanley Cup-winning team.
It wasn't pretty, but the Capitals used a third-period rally to earn their seventh straight win, beating the Carolina Hurricanes 2-1 at Verizon Center Friday night.
Alex Ovechkin assisted on Washington's only goal in regulation, then scored in the opening round of the shootout to give the first-place Capitals a 2-1 victory over the slumping Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday night.
Alexander Semin scored 28 seconds into overtime to give the Washington Capitals a 3-2 victory over the Florida Panthers on Sunday.