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CSN Washington Dec 16, 2014

Caps lose marathon shootout with Panthers

The Capitals tried everyone but backup goaltender Justin Peters in their shootout loss.
Washington Post Dec 2, 2014

Caps Insider: After rough outing in Toronto, backup Justin Peters stays positive and looks ahead

Justin Peters sat down on the Washington Capitals’ bench Saturday night in Toronto, baseball cap atop his head, and tried to navigate the tricky task of balancing anger with encouragement. He had allowed two goals during the first period. One deflected off a stick, then a thigh, then into the net. Another deflected off a stick and zoomed through his legs. In the locker room, Coach Barry Trotz told Peters he needed spark, so Braden Holtby would replace him after intermission. Read full article >>

After rough outing in Toronto, backup Justin Peters stays positive and looks ahead

Justin Peters sat down on the Washington Capitals’ bench Saturday night in Toronto, baseball cap atop his head, and tried to navigate the tricky task of balancing anger with encouragement. He had allowed two goals during the first period. One deflected off a stick, then a thigh, then into the net. Another deflected off a […]
Washington Post Nov 30, 2014

Caps Insider: After both goalies got shelled, Trotz ‘can’t worry’ about confidence

TORONTO — Justin Peters parked himself at the end of the Washington Capitals bench, shelved for the interim with a baseball cap on his head. During a first period that ended with two goals allowed against the Maple Leafs, in an arena less than a three-hour drive from his hometown, the backup goaltender had been victimized by self-inflicted error and sheer bad luck, but now he took a seat at his coach’s order. Read full article >>

After both goalies got shelled, Trotz ‘can’t worry’ about confidence

TORONTO – Justin Peters parked himself at the end of the Washington Capitals bench, shelved for the interim with a baseball cap on his head. During a first period that ended with two goals allowed against the Maple Leafs, in an arena less than a three-hour drive from his hometown, the backup goaltender had been […]
Rotoworld Nov 29, 2014

Capitals goalies horrible in loss to Leafs - Justin Peters (G) Washington Capitals

Justin Peters played two periods in the Capitals’ 6-2 loss to the Maple Leafs on Saturday night.

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