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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Craig Anderson
For the first time in his career, Alex Ovechkin is the first NHL player to reach 20 goals in a season. He's done it in 22 games.
Bobby Ryan scored two goals and the Ottawa Senators topped the Washington Capitals 6-4 on Wednesday.
Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson isn't quite ready for the traditional season-ending handshake. Yet he knows if the Senators can't find a way to slow down slow down the Pittsburgh Penguins, it's coming soon.
Mike Ribeiro scored and Braden Hotlby stopped 35 shots for the Southeast Division-leading Capitals (24-18-2).
Sergei Gonchar scored on the power play with 2:30 left in regulation as the Ottawa Senators battled back from a sluggish start to defeat the Washington Capitals 3-2 on Tuesday.
The Ottawa Senators, the last Canadian team left in the NHL playoffs, are welcoming all aboard the bandwagon.
The Ottawa Senators moved quickly to add insurance with their top goaltender out of the lineup.
The moment came about midway through the Washington Capitals' 5-2 defeat to the Ottawa Senators: a perfectly executed odd-man rush and Craig Anderson robbed Marcus Johansson from point-blank range. The Caps just can't catch a break.
Alex Ovechkin scored one of three straight goals by Washington in the third period to lead the Capitals to a 5-3 win over the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday night.
The Washington Capitals had more than a few chances to score Saturday night.
Troy Brouwer thought he had it. The puck was on his stick close to the net and all he had to do was lift it and put it past Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson. Alex Ovechkin thought he had it, too, and just about started celebrating.
Johan Franzen broke a tie in the second period, Ty Conklin stopped 29 shots and the Detroit Red Wings beat Colorado 3-0 on Saturday to spoil a night in which the Avalanche retired the jersey of Peter Forsberg.
When Craig Anderson looks at his teammates lined up in front of him, the Ottawa Senators goaltender can't help but feel he's seen this situation before.
Jaromir Jagr had a goal and an assist and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Detroit Red Wings 3-1 in a preseason game Friday night.
The recent Hollywood movie "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" is so politically correct that when you fully realize it, you almost want to wretch.
"A lot of angry guys in here," Anderson said of the Ottawa locker room after the first 20 minutes.
"As you've seen in this series, when we don't play well for five, six minutes in a row the puck ends up in our net a few times," Anderson said. "It's really a focus thing and we have to focus on playing well and playing well every shift."