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Latest Bruce Boudreau Items
As Dale Hunter skated around the ice at Kettler Iceplex on Monday, shaking players' hands and engaging in small talk, you asked yourself: Do these Washington Capitals — the Europeans, especially — even know who their new coach is?
The problems that are plaguing the Washington Capitals may be more than talent-deep. They may be more than coach-deep. They may be more than performance-deep.
Alex Ovechkin flashed down the left wing and fired a scorching shot right over Henrik Lundqvist's shoulder. Vintage Ovechkin to be sure, but with the Capitals trailing by two goals to the New York Rangers in the third period it came too little too late.
Jason Chimera wasn't just the Washington Capitals' overtime hero Wednesday night as he beat the Winnipeg Jets on a perfect backdoor play. With that goal, he became the team's leading goal-scorer.
The Capitals were happy to snap a four-game skid. Happy enough to play the victory music, happy enough to have some smiles.
For a team that dreams of cavorting with the Stanley Cup, the Washington Capitals sure have a lot of drama.
Alexander Semin's wardrobe for Tuesday night was a suit and a winter hat. For the first time under coach Bruce Boudreau and the first time since his rookie season in 2003-04, the Russian winger was a healthy scratch.
Sidney Crosby finished with two goals and two assists in the Pittsburgh Penguins' 5-0 victory over New York Islander, Crosby's first game since Jan. 5. Capitals players were equal parts impressed and happy about Crosby's return.
After four losses in a row, things were looking ominous for the Washington Capitals. The mood in the locker room, Bruce Boudreau said, wasn't light.