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Topic - Karl Alzner
The Boston Bruins forechecked aggressively, cleared the puck easily and dominated the Washington Capitals.
Orlov scored two goals and had his team on the verge of moving into a playoff position for the first time in six weeks. But then his career day suddenly turned into a nightmare and there was no one to blame but himself.
The Capitals will begin their push for a playoff spot tonight against the Florida Panthers. Catch all the action on CSN beginning at 7 p.m.
Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin told coach Adam Oates that his father is doing better and that Ovi is ready to return to work.
It was an emotional two weeks for all five of the Capitals' Olympians. Only one returns with a medal.
Capitals general manager George McPhee says he likes his blue line, but will make a move if it makes sense.
Alex Ovechkin has failed to medal in three straight Olympics. His teammates say they need him focused to get into the playoffs.
After 50 minutes of scoreless hockey Capitals defenseman Julien Brouillette made his first NHL goal of his career the game winner midway though the third period.
Against heavy-hitting teams like the Islanders, the Caps say they need to protect each other better by communicating.
The Capitals have not won three games in a row since early December. They'll need a big push if they hope 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 have a pretty impressive record on Super Bowl Sundays. They'll all gather to watch the big game.
With Mike Green sidelined, John Carlson averaged more than 30 minutes a night in back-to-back games against the Blue Jackets and Red Wings.
The Capitals began their Dad's weekend with a loss in Devils, but sent everyone home happy with a big win in Montreal.
Are the Capitals ready to make a deal? What will pull them out of a six-game losing streak?
"Tough to say," Caps defenseman Karl Alzner said. "I think it's going to be a game with intensity, guys flying around. When you've had a break for a while you tend to motor more and Florida typically does that anyway. I think it'll be guys skating hard, some pretty big hits, but maybe not a ton of skill. We need to find that [skill] pretty quickly because that's the type of team we are."
"Sometimes I think it's a mental thing for us, where we want things to come a little bit easy," Alzner said. "It takes a ton of hard work to get those breaks. When you're a team that's always working hard and playing the same way, other teams will come in with a different mindset. I think we have everything, we just need to work harder and work smarter."