Postive Signs from the Start of Washington Capitals' 2013-14 Season

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Postive Signs from the Start of Washington Capitals' 2013-14 Season
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After a wild and inspiring comeback victory over the Calgary Flames, the Washington Capitals record stands at 1-1-0.

That is a far cry better than last season when it took the Caps five games just to get that first W.

Even though only two games have been played, those were two of the most action packed and dramatic regular-season games a fan could hope for.

The Caps played well on opening night against the defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks, but some defensive lapses and a soft goal allowed by Braden Holtby allowed the Hawks to escape with the 6-4 win.

On Thursday, the Caps played their home opener and fell behind the upstart Calgary Flames 3-0 and then again by a 4-1 score. The Caps, however, fought back and captured a thrilling 5-4 shootout victory.

There is much to talk about as far as the Caps are concerned after just two games.

Let's take a look at four positive signs from the start of the Washington Capitals 2013-14 season.

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