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Rotoworld Jan 23, 2015

Karl Alzner is keeping up with expectations - Karl Alzner (D) Washington Capitals

Karl Alzner has three goals and 11 points in 46 games this season.
Japers' Rink Jan 5, 2015

The Noon Number: King Karl

A look at an unlikely source of offensive production in Sunday's win 8 - Number of five-on-five shot attempts for Karl Alzner in Sunday's 4-3 win over the Panthers. Of those eight shot attempts, two were on-goal, two missed the net and the other four were blocked... but one of the "on-goal" shots ended up "in-goal," giving Alzner a career high three goals on the season. Of further note, the eight five-on-five shot attempts were a career high for Alzner (per war-on-ice.com), besting his previous high of seven set on December 20, 2008 (his 13th NHL game), and it was only his third career...
Washington Post Jan 5, 2015

Caps Insider: Defenseman Karl Alzner sets new career high with three goals

Last summer, Capitals defenseman Karl Alzner did an interview where the reporter made passing mention to his statistics, specifically one that made him think how bad it sounded. “Karl Alzner,” he recalled her saying, “set his career high last season with two goals.”Read full article >>

Defenseman Karl Alzner sets new career high with three goals

Last summer, Capitals defenseman Karl Alzner did an interview where the reporter made passing mention to his statistics, specifically one that made him think how bad it sounded. “Karl Alzner,” he recalled her saying, “set his career high last season with two goals.” Some humorous motivation, perhaps, given that in four NHL seasons plus parts […]
Washington Post Jan 2, 2015

Capitals hope Winter Classic victory signals progress in quest to join NHL’s elite teams

During those precious moments of rest outside the rink, whenever Karl Alzner flips through hockey shows to watch segments featuring the Washington Capitals, the defenseman bristles at a discourse he finds rooted in the past. Even last season, Alzner admitted, criticizing the Capitals for nebulous concepts like work ethic or culture would have been “pretty fair.” But now, as he basked in the glory of winning the 2015 Winter Classic, he hoped internal change might usher a new external perception.Read full article >>

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