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Washington Post Jan 22, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Capitals fans create Ice Cheetah mascot head in honor of Jason Chimera

Capitals forward Jason Chimera has always been one of the fastest skaters in the NHL, a skill that earned him the nickname “Ice Cheetah” roughly four years ago.Capitals fan Alex Georgiadis, who first saw Chimera referred to as the Ice Cheetah on the popular Capitals blog Russian Machine Never Breaks, said he identifies with Chimera’s funny-guy personality and has considered the speedster his favorite player ever since he saw him give his stick to a kid after a game.Read full article >>
Edmonton Journal Jan 20, 2015

Oilers traded Chimera before he developed into a solid role player

Washington, D.C. — Washington Capitals winger Jason Chimera is a sturdy six-foot-three and 213 pounds today, but he was a waif when the Edmonton Oilers took him 121st overall in the 1997 NHL entry draft. “I weighed 150 pounds,” said Chimera, who was considerably lighter than the 170 the Oilers scouts said he was on draft day.
Washington Post Jan 15, 2015

Caps Insider: Sporting facial stitches, Jason Chimera records a point for second straight game

The bruises beneath Jason Chimera’s eyes had long since faded, the early season remnants of a ghastly broken nose, only to be replaced by a bloody, stitched cut winding up his face. He brushed aside the flesh wound, just like he brushed aside the broken nose, but a certain ferocity still lingered for the 35-year-old, the only Washington Capitals player born in the 1970s.Read full article >>

Sporting facial stitches, Jason Chimera records a point for second straight game

The bruises beneath Jason Chimera’s eyes had long since faded, the early season remnants of a ghastly broken nose, only to be replaced by a bloody, stitched cut winding up his face. He brushed aside the flesh wound, just like he brushed aside the broken nose, but a certain ferocity still lingered for the 35-year-old, the […]
Japers' Rink Jan 14, 2015

Capitals vs. Flyers Recap: One is Enough as Holtby Blanks Flyers

Jason Chimera scored early, and Braden Holtby made it stand up for his fourth shutout of the season as the Caps blanked the Flyers, 1-0. GameCenter - Ice Tracker - Game Summary - Event Summary - Shot Report - Faceoff Summary - Play-by-Play - Home TOI - Visitor TOI - Advanced Stats at: war-on-ice, hockeystats, Natural Stat Trick and more via Nice Time On Ice The Washington Capitals ended their three-game home stand with a 1-0 win over the uber-rival Philadephia Flyers.  Jason Chimera scored in the game's fourth minute, and Braden Holtby made it stand up with a 21-save shutout, the fourth...
CSN Washington Jan 14, 2015

Capitals top Flyers 1-0 behind Chimera's goal, Holtby's saves

Jason Chimera scored quickly before Braden Holtby went to work on the Flyers, stopping them all night en route to a 1-0 win at the Verizon Center.
Rotoworld Jan 14, 2015

Jason Chimera's goal good enough for Caps win - Jason Chimera (W) Washington Capitals

Jason Chimera, with only his fourth goal of the season, scored the lone Washington goal in the Capitals' 1-0 shutout over the visiting Philadelphia Flyers Wednesday night.
ESPN Fantasy Hockey Dec 29, 2014

Chimera joining Ovechkin, Backstrom

From healthy scratch to (potential) top-line winger, this has been a weird week for Jason Chimera. Still, we wouldn't be shocked to see the veteran fo...

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