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Dec 16, 2014
Rotoworld
Jason Chimera will skate on Washington's fourth line on Tuesday night against the Panthers.

Capitals hope net-front chaos can help crack Sergei Bobrovsky

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Six days ago, the Washington Capitals felt content chalking up their first loss in four games to the Eastern Conference’s hottest goaltender and an untimely penalty in overtime. They had fallen, 3-2, to the Columbus Blue Jackets for two major reasons: First, forward Jason Chimera committed an interference that gave Columbus a […]
Rotoworld Dec 16, 2014

Jason Chimera to skate on fourth line Tuesday - Jason Chimera (W) Washington Capitals

Jason Chimera will skate on Washington's fourth line on Tuesday night against the Panthers.

Jason Chimera scratched, Andre Burakovsky returns at LW vs. Tampa Bay

Now into his 15th NHL season, Jason Chimera long ago learned the frustration of getting benched, though that didn’t make the latest event easier to swallow. “I think it’s embarrassing as a player when you get sat out,” he said. “I think as a player that’s played a long time, it’s embarrassing. But you have […]
CSN Washington Dec 13, 2014

Chimera says getting scratched 'embarrassing'

Did his overtime penalty lead to Jason Chimera being benched tonight when the Capitals face the Lightning?
Washington Post Dec 12, 2014

Caps Insider: After three games scratched, Andre Burakovsky returning to Capitals’ lineup

Friday afternoon following practice, Coach Barry Trotz took a more measured approach when discussing the costly interference penalty forward Jason Chimera committed in an overtime loss to Columbus. During his postgame news conference, Trotz declined to mention Chimera by name, several times repeated his disappointment and promised to “address” the penalty with “the individual.” Now, Trotz seemed content burying the incident in the past.Read full article >>

After three games scratched, Andre Burakovsky returning to Capitals’ lineup

Friday afternoon following practice, Coach Barry Trotz took a more measured approach when discussing the costly interference penalty forward Jason Chimera committed in an overtime loss to Columbus. During his postgame news conference, Trotz declined to mention Chimera by name, several times repeated his disappointment and promised to “address” the penalty with “the individual.” Now, […]
Japers' Rink Dec 12, 2014

Jason Chimera, Discipline and Accountability

On-ice accountability comes into focus after a costly penalty As you might have heard, Barry Trotz was none too happy with Jason Chimera's overtime intereference penalty last night that led to the Blue Jackets' game-winning goal. Here (via RMNB) is a look at the infraction which, most favorably, could be characterized as unnecessary: And here's what the Caps' head coach had to say about it postgame (with more here): Trotz on Chimera's penalty: "Definitely unnecessary. We'll address that tomorrow with that individual." — Alex Prewitt (@alex_prewitt) December 12, 2014 Chimera is...
Washington Post Dec 11, 2014

Chimera’s overtime penalty proves costly as Caps fall to Blue Jackets, 3-2

Before he accepted the penalty that effectively ended the Washington Capitals’ winning streak, forward Jason Chimera spun around for one last complaint. He had been whistled for interference with 1 minute and 57 seconds left in overtime. As he stepped through the glass door and entered the box, the penalty kill unit huddled. Here was the night, hinging on the Capitals’ ability to undo a mistake.Read full article >>

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