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Robert Luongo's return to Florida couldn't have been better.
The Capitals' reputation as a team that can't get it done in the playoffs is well-established. Here's a look at how each playoff exit happened, with some help from ex-coach Bruce Boudreau.
Capitals coach Adam Oates even acknowledged that Saturday night's triumph over Florida was "only one win." It doesn't mask some season-long scoring deficiencies and a tendency to make mistakes in bunches.
If Braden Holtby hasn't done enough to lock down the No. 1 goaltender job and lock it down hard, one can only wonder what people were watching the last time hockey was actually played.
"The-o-dore! The-o-dore!" the fans in red screamed at Panthers goalie Jose Theodore.
For so long Friday night, the Washington Capitals' top three lines couldn't do much. They were on their heels or forced to play dump-and-chase hockey and fight in the neutral zone.
All season long, the Washington Capitals have searched for a recipe for road success. Unable to manufacture energy away from raucous Verizon Center, they spent months falling behind and then losing.
Team overviews of all the teams in the NHL.
Braden Holtby knows that — barring injury — he has no chance to start the season in the NHL. In a strange way, that might be a good thing for him.
The Panthers began preparing last year for the beginning of free agency and were one of the busiest teams in the NHL on Friday.
The Minnesota Wild re-signed backup goaltender Josh Harding to a one-year, $750,000 contract Friday.
The Minnesota Wild have re-signed backup goaltender Josh Harding.
It's March 31, two weeks before the start of the NHL playoffs. Do you know who the Capitals' best goaltender is?
It's one thing to win. It's a different thing to win and go young at the same time.
In the business world, it's often true that good execution leads to success. In sports sometimes, one bounce of good or bad fortune can be the difference between the ecstasy of winning and a long offseason of questions.