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The Caps topped the franchise record for points accumulated in a season with 108 (107 was the previous mark by the 85-86 Capitals).
Washington also finished the regular season with 29 home victories, one shy of a team mark. The Caps were second in power play effectiveness, third overall in goals in the league, had the third best home record and shattered all previous marks for attendance and sell-outs.
The Capitals won consecutive division titles for the first time in over a decade, and finished every month of the season with a winning (plus .500) record for the first time in franchise history.
So far, this has been a rather exciting season to be a Capitals fan. Though I will agree with Coach Bruce Boudreau, who states loudly "We have not accomplished anything yet. Our goal has always been to win the Stanley Cup, and until it (the Cup) is ours, we've yet to do anything."
Good luck to the Caps in the playoffs. Let's Rock the Red! C-A-P-S...CAPS, CAPS, CAPS!