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  • Capitals will play Bruins in next Baltimore Hockey Classic

    Capitals will play Bruins in next Baltimore Hockey Classic
    1st Mariner Arena will host the second Baltimore Hockey Classic next fall when the Washington Capitals play the Boston Bruins in an NHL preseason game on Sept. 17 at 7 p.m. "The Bruins coming to town makes this a special event," said Frank Remesch,...
  • Tragic conclusion to an otherwise stellar year

    Tragic conclusion to an otherwise stellar year
    The murder of 20 children and seven adults in Connecticut brings 2012 to a shocking and sad end. Perhaps a few uplifting stories will dominate the year's waning days, providing a holiday boost. And we should remember the inspiring sub-stories from...
  • Youth concussions talk set for Nov. 14 at Park

    Et cetera Youth concussions talk set for Nov. 14 at Park Dr. Robert Cantu will give a free speech about kids sports and head trauma Nov. 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Park School athletic center at 2425 Old Court Road. Cantu and former Baltimore Sun sports...
  • Capitals trying to turn the trends on home ice

    After earning a split in New York to start their Eastern Conference semifinal series, it would appear that things are setting up nicely for the Washington Capitals. They return home to Verizon Center as the series against the New York Rangers shifts...
  • Sudden death for Caps in stunning 3-2 loss to Rangers

    So much of the Washington Capitals' success in the postseason has stemmed from their ability to protect and hang on to even the slimmest of margins regardless of the adversity they faced. At a certain point, though, there was bound to be a break that went...
  • In a season of tests, Caps face greatest one

    Finding a way to respond from demoralizing, soul-crushing defeats is nothing new for the Washington Capitals this season. They've managed to follow up disappointing losses by rallying around one another for weeks now, throughout the playoffs and dating to...
  • Capitals GM McPhee: Coach unlikely to be hired before draft

    A month after the Washington Capitals learned that Dale Hunter would not return as coach, general manager George McPhee reiterated Thursday that he is taking his time to find Hunter's replacement. Not surprisingly, McPhee was vague when discussing the...
  • Capitals sign Tom Wilson, their first-round draft pick

    Capitals sign Tom Wilson, their first-round draft pick
    The Washington Capitals have signed forward Tom Wilson, the 16th overall selection of last month's NHL Draft, to a three-year, entry-level contract, the team announced today. Wilson will make $832,500 at the NHL level and $70,000 at the AHL level....
  • Capitals' recent gains seem to be vanishing

    A little more than a month ago, the Washington Capitals called a players-only meeting in search of a wake-up call. Off to the fourth-worst start in franchise history at 2-8-1, they sat in last place in the NHL, five points out of a playoff spot. They'...
  • Lessons from loss lead to first win for Caps

    It took until the fifth try and the eighth day of the season, but the Washington Capitals finally managed to put together a complete game under the guidance of first-year coach Adam Oates and come away with a victory. Fueled by contributions from every...
  • Capitals allow 3 goals in 3rd, lose season opener, 6-3

    No one expected the Washington Capitals' season opener to be perfect. Not after just six days to learn a new system from a new head coach, not when there's chemistry to establish, communication to pin down and players on the roster without professional...
  • Digest: Terps' Thomas repeats as ACC Player of the Week

    College basketball Terps' Thomas repeats as ACC Player of the Week Junior forward Alyssa Thomas of the 10th-ranked Maryland women's basketball team was named Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Week for the second straight week, third time this...