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  • 1st Mariner Arena official believes hockey will return to Baltimore

    1st Mariner Arena official believes hockey will return to Baltimore
    By most measures, the inaugural Baltimore Hockey Classic at 1st Mariner Arena was a success. The game brought in a sellout crowd. Many of the announced 11,082 fans got into the action, wearing either the Washington Capitals’ red or jerseys from the...
  • 1st Mariner Arena official wants an NHL regular season game

    1st Mariner Arena official wants an NHL regular season game
    Poor ice conditions at 1st Mariner Arena put a damper on the inaugural Baltimore Hockey Classic, the city’s first pro ice hockey game in 14 years. Frank Remesch, general manager of 1st Mariner Arena, on Wednesday expressed optimism that the...
  • Capitals fire Boudreau, replace him with former captain Dale Hunter

    Capitals fire Boudreau, replace him with former captain Dale Hunter
    The Washington Capitals on Monday fired coach Bruce Boudreau, who won 200 games faster than any coach in modern NHL history but stumbled regularly in the playoffs despite a talent-laden lineup featuring two-time league MVP Alex Ovechkin. Boudreau was...
  • Coffee Companion (9/23): Break up the O's; Ravens wide-outs

    Coffee Companion (9/23): Break up the O's; Ravens wide-outs
    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...
  • Green sends Caps past Hurricanes in opener, 4-3

    The Washington Capitals' 2011-12 season opener certainly wasn't pretty. They gained and relinquished two separate one-goal leads and the Carolina Hurricanes forced overtime with less than two minutes remaining. But in the extra session the Capitals found...
  • Blues beat Caps 2-1 in Hunter's debut as coach

    Former Washington Capitals great Dale Hunter earned the applause of the sellout crowd Tuesday night at Verizon Center for his NHL coaching debut behind the home team's bench. There were video montages of his fights and goals, replays of Hunter's...
  • Westminster resident follows dad's career as sports massage therapist

    After graduating from high school in 1993, Westminster resident Jennifer (Millar) Roberts attended community college for about a year before she realized it was time for a change. "I was 18 that first year out of high school," said Roberts, who at the...
  • Capitals remain in reach of Southeast title, third seed in East

    With all eight playoff teams in the NHL's Eastern Conference set after Thursday's games, all that remains to be determined are the seedings and first-round matchups. Though, to hear forward Alex Ovechkin explain it, where they finish isn't weighing too...
  • Vokoun, Capitals routed by Flyers, 5-1

    If the Washington Capitals' meeting with the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday night truly represented a measuring stick of their progress under coach Dale Hunter, as players billed it in the hours leading up to the game, then they came up far short....
  • Capitals' Chimera a creature of leadership

    Over the weekend at the Washington Capitals' practice facility in Arlington, Va., Jason Chimera sprayed water around the dressing room after his group won a scrimmage in a shootout. It was all in jest, as though the players had won the Stanley Cup, but...
  • Backstrom, Semin, Ovechkin score as offense finds stride

    Over the past week, the Washington Capitals wondered where their offense had gone, but Tuesday night at Verizon Center against the stingy Nashville Predators they found the power switch again. Alex Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom and Alexander Semin...
  • Five reasons the Bruins could be headed for ruin against Caps

    The defending Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins captured the Northeast Division by a comfortable 10-point margin, capped the regular season on an impressive 9-2-1 run and finished tied for second in goals scored with 3.17 per game. They're led by the...