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Karl Alzner and Nate Schmidt scored their first goals of the season and Alex Ovechkin, Troy Brouwer and Eric Fehr also found the back of the net as the Caps rolled over the Nashville Predators 5-2 for their third win in four games.
"You hate to say this, that it's a tough team to get up for," Alzner said. "Maybe if it was Boston it would be different for us, I don't know. That may be the case, even though it sounds really bad. ... We took them way too lightly."
Canadian Thanksgiving is celebrated the second Monday of October, but that won't stop many of the Capitals from enjoying two American traditions -- turkey and football – Thursday.
With five goals in his last eight games, Adam Oates believes defenseman John Carlson should be on the U.S. Olympic team. 'Come get him,' Oates said.
Say one thing for the Capitals as they continue to struggle at the start of the season: They are a perceptive bunch. They know the product they're putting on the ice right now is substandard.
A year ago, thanks to the lockout-condensed NHL season, the Capitals had played seven regular-season games by the time 18 days had passed from the opening of training camp.
Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin knows full well that his playoff failures are adding up.
Given the tightness of the series, it was shocking that the Caps did not put up a fight in being eliminated. And the end unfolded in stunning fashion.
Against a team with a more functional power play, Washington would already be done. The Rangers are 2-for-26 with the man advantage (including 0-for-3 when up five-on-three) through six games.