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Topic - Troy Brouwer
Team Canada announced on Friday that Caps forwards Troy Brouwer, Jason Chimera and Joel Ward will represent their country in the World Championships in Belarus next month.
With disappointing season behind them, some Capitals are making plans to compete in next month's World Hockey Championships
Alex Ovechkin says he wants to stay in Washington despite the Capitals' recent decline.
Though now eliminated from the playoffs, the Capitals exploded offensively for five goals in a 5-2 win over Carolina.
The Washington Capitals aren't used to late-season games like this where the only thing at stake is pride.
Troy Brouwer's goal gave Washington a 3-1 lead on Carolina. Watch it here, in case you missed it.
The Capitals may need to go 5-0-1 in their final six games to reach the playoffs for a seventh straight season.
This time, the shootout win went to the Nashville Predators.
Troy Brouwer scored twice and Nicklas Backstrom had the other goal for Washington. The Capitals have lost three straight.
The Capitals managed to fight back to gain a point, but they fell short in a shootout loss to the Predators.
The Capitals can gain some ground in the Eastern Conference standings if the Flyers beat the Leafs and the Pens beat the Blue Jackets.
The Capitals will try to win their fourth straight game tonight against Mike Richards and the Los Angeles Kings. Puck drop is 10:30 p.m. on CSN.
The Capitals needed to start their three-game trip on the right foot. Thanks to their power play, they earned a 3-2 win in Anaheim.
With the Anaheim Ducks bearing down on him all night, Jaroslav Halak couldn't relax for even a moment in front of the Washington Capitals' net until the horn sounded on another victory.
Alex Ovechkin scored the tiebreaking goal early in the third period, and the Capitals kept up their playoff push with a 3-2 victory Tuesday night.
"I always said that I wanted to play World Championships at some point, but obviously the only downside is that it means you're not in the playoffs," he said. "So it's kind of, not exactly what you want, but like I said, I'm extremely happy to represent my country if I'm committed."
"I've never played World Juniors and I doubt I'll ever make an Olympic team so I'm real excited to represent my country and play for Team Canada," Brouwer said Monday as the Capitals cleared out their lockers for the final time this season. "The decision hasn't been 100 percent made yet but I have been extended an invitation."