A game against the lowly Toronto Maple Leafs came at the perfect time for Tim Gleason's debut and for a Capitals team in need of a rebound.
Japers' Rink 13 hours ago
Alex Ovechkin potted his second goal of the game and forty-first on the season to put the Caps up by two, and the Caps took that 2-0 lead into the second intermission. Third period ahead... Tweets from @JapersRink/tweet-tweeters
Japers' Rink 14 hours ago
Alex Ovechkin got the good guys off to their fastest start of the year, with a goal just thirty-three ticks into the tilt. Tim Gleason blocked a shot, which was cool. 1-0 Caps heading into the first intermission. Second period ahead... Tweets from @JapersRink/tweet-tweeters
Washington Post 15 hours ago
Two trades behind them, one new addition debuting Sunday night, the Washington Capitals (33-20-10, 76 points) try to correct their course following three straight regulation losses, at once welcoming the Toronto Maple Leafs (25-32-5, 55 points) into Verizon Center and defenseman Tim...
NHL 10 hours ago
Ovi and Holtby power Caps past Leafs, 4-0
The Washington Capitals had looked to their leaders to patch their latest holes, and Sunday night’s answer came when forward Alex Ovechkin lost his footing, crashed onto his backside and plopped onto the ice with his legs rigid, grinning like a child riding a sled. Only 33 seconds into a 4-0 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs, and already the sparks had been ignited, the problems of a three-game losing streak solved.Read full article >>
Curtis Glencross gets his first look of his new team and is excited about where he might fit in.