2:11 AM EST, Sun November 23, 2014
Washington Post 2 hours ago

Caps Insider: Postgame: In loss to Buffalo, Mike Green leaves with upper-body injury

Washington Capitals defenseman Mike Green, one of the team’s most productive skaters as the quarter-way checkpoint of this regular season nears, exited during the third period of Saturday night’s 2-1 loss to the Buffalo Sabres with an upper-body injury and did not return. Read full article >>
Capitals Insider | Washington Post 2 hours ago

Postgame: In loss to Buffalo, Mike Green leaves with upper-body injury

Washington Capitals defenseman Mike Green, one of the team’s most productive skaters as the quarter-way checkpoint of this regular season nears, exited during the third period of Saturday night’s 2-1 loss to the Buffalo Sabres with an upper-body injury and did not return. The Capitals, who do...
Washington Post 3 hours ago

Capitals outshoot Buffalo by 18 but still fall to Sabres, 2-1, at Verizon Center

Barry Trotz had felt a calmness settle over the Washington Capitals recently during close games, a newfound focus he saw as the latest sign of progress among a group still struggling in such situations. “You can feel it,” Trotz said Saturday afternoon, before his club played the Buffalo Sabres at Verizon Center. Read full article >>
Japers' Rink 4 hours ago

Capitals vs. Sabres Recap: Enroth Dominates in Buffalo's Win

The Capitals put 44 shots on net against Jhonas Enroth and the Buffalo Sabres but wind up on the short end of a 2-1 final. [GameCenter - Ice Tracker - Game Summary - Event Summary - Shot Report - Faceoff Summary - Play-by-Play -Home TOI - Visitor TOI...
NHL 2 hours ago
Video: Postgame Recap: Sabres vs Capitals

Watch: Postgame Recap: Sabres vs Capitals

Watch highlights and a recap of the Buffalo Sabres and Washington Capitals game on November 22, 2014.

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CSN Washington 2 hours ago

Green injured in Caps' loss to Sabres

Mike Green shares the team lead among defensemen with 12 points.
CSN Washington 2 hours ago

Trotz apologizes to Capitals fans after loss

The Capitals had 76 shot attempts at the net on Saturday night. One went in.
CSN Washington 4 hours ago

Caps battle back, but can't hold on in 2-1 loss to Sabres

Matt Niskanen scored an equalizer in the third period, but Torrey Mitchell gave the Sabres the 2-1 lead for good minutes later with his third goal of the season.
CSN Washington 5 hours ago

Michael Latta and Marcus Foligno square off

The Caps' Michael Latta squared off against Marcus Foligno in the first period.
CSN Washington 7 hours ago

Trotz says Capitals not 'whining' as much

Barry Trotz says the Caps are beginning to show more discipline on the ice and on the bench.
CSN Washington 13 hours ago

Snow-covered Sabres arrive with NHL's worst record

The Buffalo Sabres own the worst record in the NHL, but they've outscored their opponents 10-3 in back-to-back wins.
Alex Prewitt / Washington Post 13 hours ago

Caps Insider: With road-heavy December ahead, Caps look to establish presence at home

Over the next 40 days, the final stretch of this calendar year, the Washington Capitals will play 17 games and only six at Verizon Center. A road-heavy December will keep them primarily along the eastern seaboard, with seven coming against Metropolitan Division and zero against Western Conference teams, but a poor home record has focused them on establishing a presence here before shipping out next month. Read full article >>

With road-heavy December ahead, Caps look to establish presence at home

Over the next 40 days, the final stretch of this calendar year, the Washington Capitals will play 17 games and only six at Verizon Center. A road-heavy December will keep them primarily along the eastern seaboard, with seven coming against Metropolitan Division and zero against Western Conference teams, but a poor home record has focused […]
Alex Prewitt / Washington Post 14 hours ago

Caps Insider: Capitals reassign Chris Brown to AHL, paving way for Brooks Laich’s return

The Washington Capitals reassigned forward Chris Brown to their American Hockey League affiliate in Hershey, a space-clearing move coinciding with forward Liam O’Brien returning to practice from an upper-body injury and forward Brooks Laich nearing a comeback from his shoulder issue. Read full article >>

Capitals reassign Chris Brown to AHL, paving way for Brooks Laich’s return

The Washington Capitals reassigned forward Chris Brown to their American Hockey League affiliate in Hershey, a space-clearing move coinciding with forward Liam O’Brien returning to practice from an upper-body injury and forward Brooks Laich nearing a comeback from his shoulder issue. Called up Nov. 14 to face the New Jersey Devils that night, Brown traveled […]
CSN Washington Nov 22, 2014

Chimmer and Wardo: Ward asks the questions

In this episode of Chimmer & Wardo, Joel Ward takes matters into his own hands and plays reporter for the day.

As Karl Alzner adapts to new system, Coach Barry Trotz’s would like to see more physical play

The forwards stood along the boards during a recent practice at Gila River Arena in Arizona, short-staffed by injury and gassed, so Washington Capitals assistant coach Blaine Forsythe summoned help from an unlikely source. “Hey, Alzie,” he shouted across the ice. “Want to play forward?” Read full article >>

On road trip, Capitals brought back the rookie dinner, with eight splitting the bill

DENVER – The Capitals hadn’t had a rookie dinner for several years, due to crammed schedules and the lockout season, so several players long past being officially classified as such by the NHL found themselves on the hook when the tradition was revived Sunday night in Arizona. “It’s kind of unique,” defenseman Karl Alzner said. […]

Caps Insider: On road trip, Capitals brought back the rookie dinner, with eight splitting the bill

DENVER — The Capitals hadn’t had a rookie dinner for several years, due to crammed schedules and the lockout season, so several players long past being officially classified as such by the NHL found themselves on the hook when the tradition was revived Sunday night in Arizona. “It’s kind of unique,” defenseman Karl Alzner said. “You’re pretty lucky when you get that many guys. I guess the rookies are kind of lucky, because they get to split it.” Read full article >>

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