Metropolitan Division

Execution Woes Continue in Caps’ Loss to Habs

The Capitals entered Friday night’s game against the Canadiens knowing that the sloppy passing and neutral and defensive zone turnovers that marked their loss against Pittsburgh could not continue. They also ac...

Retro Rangers: Bumped by Stones, Beaten at Buzzer

Road trips are an accepted aspect of a hockey player’s life, part of the schedule that takes teams from coast to coast a number of times during the long NHL season. Most road trips are uneventful, you win, you ...

Kinkaid Uses Time in New Jersey to Learn

Keith Kinkaid sat at the far right of the bench in Tuesday night’s win, his head turning as the action on the ice passed him. “It’s just exciting, especially since we’re winning,” Kinkaid said laughing. “It’...

Caps discuss move to Metropolitan Division

From 1998 to 2013, the Washington Capitals won seven Southeast Division titles. That feat, however, doesn’t impress many people. Despite producing two Stanley Cup winners and a President’s Trophy winner, the So...

USA Hockey Olympic Orientation: Day 1

Forty-eight of the best American hockey players are gathering this week at Kettler, the Washington Capitals practice facility in Arlington, Va. Here are a few things Inside Hockey contributing writer Alex Nseir...

Flyers Active Early in Free Agency

BY JOSH GIBBLE After what many considered to be a lackluster day at the 2013 Draft, the Flyers made their big splash through free agency. Philadelphia signed former Tampa Bay Lightning captain Vincent Le...

Flyers Address Needs, Draft D-Men

BY JOSH GIBBLE Every NHL team produces a high amount of intrigue heading into the NHL Draft, but no team is surrounded by the same infamous level of entertainment than the Philadelphia Flyers year-in and year-...

Flyers Face Changes, Challenges for 2013-14

Three days ago, weeks of speculation was confirmed when Danny Briere, after five seasons in Philadelphia, was released from the roster via compliance buyout. The move provides the Flyers with much needed relief...

Rangers Push Series to Game 7

In a push to stay in the playoffs, the Rangers took Game 6 with a 1-0 win over the Capitals to send the series to a Game 7. Washington expected the Rangers to come in hard to win Game 6 at home. “I would ...