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Latest Peter Bondra Items
Jill Sorenson caught up with Caps legend Peter Bondra at Kettler Capitals Iceplex on Wednesday to get his take on the team's trade for Jaroslav Halak.
Long before Brooks Laich carved out a career as a professional hockey player, he traced pictures of his favorite NHL stars. He was later traded for one of them.
Capitals forward Brooks Laich will be playing in his 600th NHL game tonight in Columbus. Catch all the action tonight at 7 on Comcast SportsNet.
The Capitals have a few decisions to make after their big win over Philly. Like, what will they do with Philipp Grubauer?
The last time Alex Ovechkin recorded a hat trick, he scored two more goals the next game. What will he do tonight?
Alex Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom and Mike Green had memorable nights, but they fell short of any franchise records.
With his four-goal outburst, can Alex Ovechkin join five other hockey legends?
Alex Ovechkin took aim with little resistance, and the Washington Capitals staged an improbable comeback. Ovechkin scored four goals, including the equalizer with 32.4 seconds left in regulation, and the Capitals beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 6-5 in a shootout Tuesday night.
Adam Oates has a fixation on right-handed shooters playing on the right side of the ice and left-handed shooters playing on the left. Here's why.