NHL

Washington stomped by surging Bruins

The Washington Capitals needed to prove their playoff worthiness Saturday afternoon when they met the white-hot Boston Bruins in front of a home crowd hungry for the postseason. Despite the obvious motivation, ...

Lundqvist, Fourth Line Lift Rangers Over Flyers

March 27, 2014 Wednesday night’s game between the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers was hyped up to be an intense and gritty matchup between division rival vying for the No. 2 seed in the Metropolitan...

Retro Rangers: Jiggs and Da Boom

Jiggs McDonald is probably best known for his many years behind the mic calling New York Islander games. But before that he was the play-by-play voice of the L.A. Kings and Atlanta Flames. And it was while he w...

Is McQuaid’s Time in Boston Nearing Its End?

March 24, 2014 The Boston Bruins certainly have a difficult decision to make in regards to injured defenseman Adam McQuaid, and this decision needs to come sooner rather than later. McQuaid, 27, has not playe...

Poor Effort Sends Devils To Third Straight Loss

NEWARK, N.J. Just 59 seconds. That’s how much time it took for the Bruins to accrue a 3-1 lead in the second period. Patrik Elias started the frame with a 5-on-3 power play goal to tie the game at 1-1. ...

Caps ‘wish’ they had solutions after loss to Pens

“I wish I (knew).” That was Adam Oates’ response to a question regarding the Caps tendency to allow goals quickly after scoring their own. Apparently, he’s just as confounded by the problem as everyone else....

Caps fall to Pens, again

After losing what Coach Adam Oates called  “a clearly winnable game” the night before, the Washington Capitals traveled north to Pittsburgh to finish what was started. Unfortunately, they did not pick up where ...

Bruins roll over Caps in 3-0 loss

The Washington Capitals put on a sleepy performance Thursday night when they visited TD Garden for the second time this week. The Boston Bruins, who sit atop the Atlantic division and second place in the Easter...

Mr. Bettman goes to Washington for charity, veterans

Lawmakers top Lobbyists in sixth annual charity game The Capitals may have been out of town Wednesday night, but there was no dearth of hockey action in the D.C. Metro area. Federal lawmakers, Congressional ...

Caps lose their cool, drop game to Flyers

Dmitry Orlov could have been the hero in the Caps matinee game against the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday. Instead, he and the Capitals found a new way to lose a two-goal lead. This time, though, they couldn’t m...