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  • Five players the Caps should target at the deadline

    Five players the Caps should target at the deadline
    Expect the Capitals, who trail the Lightning by five points in the Southeast Division, to be players before the NHL's trade deadline on Feb. 28. As it's currently constituted, this team doesn't appear to be capable of going on a deep playoff run (though...
  • Caps recap: Has Ovechkin gotten his groove back?

    Caps recap: Has Ovechkin gotten his groove back?
    The Capitals' season continues to see-saw with 21 games left before the playoffs. They haven't been able to get in a steady rhythm since a strong November, winning a few games before losing a few then doing it all over again and again. Yet somehow,...
  • Laurel High grad follows dad's career as pro sports massage therapist

    Laurel High grad follows dad's career as pro sports massage therapist
    After graduating from Laurel High in 1993, Jennifer (Millar) Roberts attended Prince George's Community College in Largo for about a year before she realized it was time for a change. "I was 18 that first year out of high school," she said. "I remember...
  • 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...
  • Coffee Companion (9/1): Orioles welcome Bundy with 13-0 loss

    Coffee Companion (9/1): Orioles welcome Bundy with 13-0 loss
    Each morning, Monday through Friday, I'll hook you up with reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday -- that way I'll have an excuse to do the same at the start of mine.  Running it back: The...
  • 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...
  • Ovechkin wears Cal's No. 8 in appearance at Camden Yards

    Ovechkin wears Cal's No. 8 in appearance at Camden Yards
    It was a strange sight at Camden Yards before Friday night’s game against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, as No. 8 was out on the field in a white Orioles jersey, taking cuts in the batting cage and playing catch with shortstop J.J. Hardy. No,...
  • Pro hockey returns to Baltimore, brings familiar faces

    Pro hockey returns to Baltimore, brings familiar faces
    On a recent skate down memory lane, Washington Capitals coach Bruce Boudreau stopped for a few seconds to think of the perfect adjectives to describe the die hard hockey fans who wore out their vocal cords and rattled the Plexiglas at the Baltimore...
  • 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...
  • Could a pro hockey team thrive in Baltimore today?

    Could a pro hockey team thrive in Baltimore today?
    When the Capitals and the Predators take the ice at 1st Mariner Arena for Tuesday night's Baltimore Hockey Classic, the two teams will be looking to skate off a little rust, check out a few prospects, maybe try out the new forecheck they just installed in...
  • Scoring low but excitement high at Baltimore Hockey Classic

    Scoring low but excitement high at Baltimore Hockey Classic
    The outcome wasn't what fans had hoped for, but Baltimore rocked the red Tuesday night. On the night when professional ice hockey returned to Baltimore for the first time since 1997, a sellout crowd of an announced 11,082 fans packed 1st Mariner Arena...
  • Baltimore Hockey Classic was a success -- except for the slush

    Baltimore Hockey Classic was a success -- except for the slush
    On Tuesday night, professional ice hockey was back in Baltimore for the first time since 1997. However, the ice -- which is kind of a key ingredient in ice hockey -- didn't hold up well inside of a steamy 1st Mariner Arena as the Nashville Predators...