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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Topic - Karl Alzner
The performance evaluations for the 2013-14 Washington Capitals begin with Karl Alzner. How did he do this season?
Assistant coach Calle Johansson took the brunt of the blame for the Caps' defensive failures this season. His players say that's not fair.
The Capitals say they owe it to their fans to play hard. Nicklas Backstrom wonders if the pressure got to them.
Washington could win its final four games of the regular season and still miss the Stanley Cup playoffs for the first time since 2007. That's a position no team wants to be in at the end of a long year.
The Capitals' chances of making the playoffs for a seventh straight season are now under 2 percent.
With a little help, the Capitals have a chance to be in a playoff spot by night's end. Catch the Caps and Kings beginning at 6:30 tonight on CSN.
Nicklas Backstrom scored big points in the locker room by leaving a point on the ice.
Troy Brouwer scored a power-play goal off a rebound to cap a rally from a two-goal deficit in the third period as the Capitals beat the Phoenix Coyotes 3-2 on Saturday night.
With newly signed Evgeny Kuznetsov looking on, the Washington Capitals did their best to entertain their new teammate.
It was an emotional two weeks for all five of the Capitals' Olympians. Only one returns with a medal.
Alex Ovechkin has failed to medal in three straight Olympics. His teammates say they need him focused to get into the playoffs.
Twenty-nine of the Capitals' 57 games have been decided by one goal. In parts of two seasons under coach Adam Oates, they are now 26-25 in one-goal games.
The Capitals began their Dad's weekend with a loss in Devils, but sent everyone home happy with a big win in Montreal.
Their shootout luck has finally disappeared and with it the Capitals’ ability to sneak two standings standings points out of most games. They were generally happy with the overall effort on Tuesday night at Verizon Center against the formidable San Jose Sharks. But the end result was no different than a setback two days prior: A 2-1 shootout loss and just one point.
In a game that featured few highlights, Ovechkin scored off of one heck of a shot for the Caps' lone goal.