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Topic - Washington Capitals
Ted Leonsis is spending this week evaluating whether the Capitals should move forward with or without George McPhee and Adam Oates.
George McPhee has failed to capitalize on the success of one of the best goal scorers of his time, a three-time NHL Most Valuable Player. That's what all this comes down to. He hasn't figured out how to win with Alex Ovechkin.
The Capitals hold the 13th pick of the 2014 NHL draft, the same position that the numbers predicted on Tuesday night.
So you're telling me there's a chance? The NHL Draft Lottery is tonight, but Washington's chances of getting the top pick are slimmer than slim.
Explaining early playoff exits became an annual, awkward task for Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals. This season, for the first time since 2007, they didn't even make the postseason, so now there's something new: real uncertainty.
It came right down to the final moment of the final regular-season game for the Tampa Bay Lightning to secure home-ice advantage against the Montreal Canadiens in the first round of the playoffs.
Capitals coach Adam Oates reacts after his team failed to make the playoffs for the first time since 2007.
Jay Beagle recorded the first two-goal game of his NHL career and Jaroslav Halak answered his critics with a 28-save shutout.
For the first time in seven years the Capitals will play a home game that means very little. Catch the action tonight on CSN.
The Capitals are facing quite a few decisions after missing the playoffs for the first time in seven years.
The Capitals say they owe it to their fans to play hard. Nicklas Backstrom wonders if the pressure got to them.
The playoff-bound Chicago Blackhawks were coasting, and the out-of-it Washington Capitals were trying to act like a team that still had heart.
Alex Ovechkin's Washington Capitals have been officially eliminated from playoff contention, the first time they'll sit out the postseason since 2007.
Capitals assistant coach Calle Johansson says a mix of blame needs to fall on the coaches and players for the team's poor defensive play.
The Washington Capitals aren't used to late-season games like this where the only thing at stake is pride.