Caps put forth dominant performance in winning Game 5 for sixth time in last seven series, DSP sparks Caps in return, Dowd scores on penalty shot, more
by: Isabelle Khurshudyan — Washington Post 13h
Through the first four games of this first-round series with the Hurricanes, the Capitals had taken more hits than they’d dished out. That changed Saturday.
by: Nicklaus Gray, Nashville Tennessean — Tennessean 20 Apr
The Predators are down 3-2 in the series after the Dallas Stars defeated Nashville 5-3 in Game 5 Saturday at Bridgestone Arena
by: Luke DeCock — The News & Observer 20 Apr
With both teams losing players to injury and a healthy dose of anger on both sides, the Carolina Hurricanes and Washington Capitals are playing a first-round series that could linger for years.
by: Benjamin Little — Fansided: Stars and Sticks 20 Apr
With the series tied, and T.J. Oshie likely out for the remainder of the postseason, the Washington Capitals have had to juggle the lines yet again ahead o...
by: Julia Karron — Russian Machine Never Breaks 20 Apr
Washington's first-minute collapse in the first period and last-minute collapse in the second period doomed them to a 2-1 loss against the Carolina Hurricanes. Both of the plays that led Carolina’s goals were preventable on the offensive and...
by: Nicklaus Gray, Nashville Tennessean — Tennessean 19 Apr
The Predators must win Saturday to avoid an elimination Game 6 in Dallas.
by: Nick Faris — The Score 19 Apr
The Carolina Hurricanes evened their series, the St. Louis Blues mounted a frantic comeback, and the San Jose Sharks warded off elimination on a busy Thursday in the NHL playoffs. Here are some key takeaways from each game.Wild night for Foegele,...
by: @MSmithCanes — NHL: Carolina Hurricanes 19 Apr
The Carolina Hurricanes took an early lead on the Washington Capitals in Game 4 and then fended off their attack for the remainder of the contest in a 2-1 win to even this first-round series at two games apiece.
by: Adam Zielonka — The Washington Times 19 Apr
The Carolina Hurricanes held on for a 2-1 win over the Capitals at PNC Arena to even the series two games to two, shutting out the Washington Capitals for the entire third period to hang on.
by: Ian Oland — Russian Machine Never Breaks 19 Apr
The Washington Capitals lost TJ Oshie to injury late in the third period of Game Four. Oshie, unsuspecting, was shoved in the back by Warren Foegele and crashed into the boards. He writhed on the ice in pain. It did...
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