RT @FightRareCancer: Looking for something to do this weekend? Come watch some women’s college hockey on Sunday December 8th at 2pm. This charity game will to support our foundation and our initiative to help end gynecological cancer. Ceremonial puck drop by @Laughlin18 (and @CourtneyL_Caps) https://t.co/bkV0exWBX6
Other guests include Bryan Helmer (VP Hockey Opertaions with the Hershey Bears) and Ryan Kennedy from The Hockey News. Fun show to put together. Good stuff from McMichael on becoming lead dog in London and eyeing spot on Canada’s World Jr Team @CapitalsRadio
RT @lindacohn: Thanks again to @ovi8 and @JohnCarlson74 for their time yesterday! Stay tuned for the entire interview on my #InTheCrease special on espn+ as well as other @espn platforms. We talk Catching Gretzky & staying healthy with Ovi and Carlson’s Norris 🏆 run. @Capitals @CapitalsPR https://t.co/ikZcwGMGFm
Thanks again to @ovi8 and @JohnCarlson74 for their time yesterday! Stay tuned for the entire interview on my #InTheCrease special on espn+ as well as other @espn platforms. We talk Catching Gretzky & staying healthy with Ovi and Carlson’s Norris 🏆 run. @Capitals @CapitalsPR
This is excellent from @Lescarpenter, who you should be following on this website.
RT @JapersRink: We all know John Carlson is putting up ridiculous point totals, but we also know that those totals are relatively inflated by his role on the Caps' PP, right? No, not really - Carlson is 3d in the NHL in even-strength points, ahead of McDavid, MacKinnon, Pastrnak and so on. #tmyk https://t.co/TyrJtwijZI
This is a big change from where the Caps were after the first month of the season (~3.29 GAA). The commitment to team defense is a very good sign because the game clamps down after Jan 1 and then even more so in the postseason.
Washington muddled its way through a sleepy, dull affair with the Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday, emerging from the game with a 3-1 win over its hosts. That victory is the Caps' 21st of the season, and it came in the team's 30th game of the season. https://t.co/y5sSzFbp1n
Correct, teams that have fun and get along typically play better and as they remain tight, their play continues to elevate. Hockey is such a team game.
I’m not sure, but it’s unlikely. It varies from building to building, and its ultimately the home team’s decision. Typically, they’re not open to public.