ECF, Gm5: Braden Holtby stays square to turn away Tyler Johnson's shot from the circle, then gets some help to clear the puck from danger
by: Peter Hassett — Russian Machine Never Breaks 8h
Yeah: The Caps got mudstomped. It started bad. Cedric Pacqutte scored on the very first shift. It got worse. Ondrej Palat added another nine minutes later, a high-slot wrister. Then it got terribad. Ryan Callahan scored early in the second period. The...
by: Washington Times Staff — The Washington Times 13h
Here's what you need to know, and read, before the Washington Capitals' pivotal Game 5 in Florida.
by: Kevin Hargrave — The Hockey Writers 13h
All three series the Capitals have played in this postseason have been tied through four games. In the previous two, the Capitals triumphed in Games 5 and 6. The Capitals will attempt to continue this trend and regain control of the series Saturday night.
by: N/A — Tampa Bay Times 23h
TAMPA – Somewhere between the time Alex Ovechkin smashed his stick against the crossbar of the Capitals' net and his postgame, post-shower meeting with reporters, he tried to channel the joy
by: Michael Traikos — National Post 19 May
Will this be another post-season where the Caps failed to finish off an opponent on the ropes, failed to come up with the key play at the key time, and failed to advance despite being the better team?
by: Isabelle Khurshudyan — Washington Post 18 May
Conference finals history is on their side, but twice previously in the playoffs they have won the first two games on the road only to lose the series in six.
by: Jeff Seidel - The New York Times — Toronto Star 18 May
The Eastern Conference final is deadlocked at 2-2 after Tampa Bay took two victories on the Washington Capitals’ home ice, despite being outshot by 76-43 over that span. Credit that to a lethal power play and goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy.
by: N/A — NHL: Washington Capitals 18 May
Caps defenseman Brooks Orpik talks to the media as the team arrives in Tampa for Game 5
by: Dump N Chase — Monumental Network: Dump 'N Chase 18 May
For the third time in the 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs, the Caps head into Game 5 of an all even series, taking on the Lightning in Tampa on Saturday night
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