1. Washington Capitals Look to Create Chemistry Where They Can

    Washington Capitals coach Bruce Boudreau has been patient, even though the injury bug continues to take a big bite out of the lineup...

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  2. The Merry-Go-Round Ride Continues for Maryland

    Gary Williams has amassed a 609-345 win—loss record in 31 seasons, at the helm at the University of Maryland. His height of success occurred in the year 2002...

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  3. Watch Your Mouth! Sean Avery Suspended For Crude Comments

    Dallas Stars enforcer Sean Avery is used to getting docked ice time for his behavior on the ice. And now he is going to learn how the league deals with his actions away from the job...

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  4. Redskins-Giants: Washington Hit By a Giant Offense, Lose 23-7

    It is without question panic time for the Washington Redskins. Beloved teammate and friend, Sean Taylor, on the first anniversary of his death, had his name inducted into Redskins the Ring of Fame...

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  5. Redskins-Giants: Week 12 Preview

    With in the injuries mounting on both sides of the ball, the Washington Redskins and New York Giants, are preparing for their last meeting of the season, in a state of urgency...

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  6. Capitals-Thrashers: Short-Handed Caps Cool Off Atlanta to Seal 5-3 Win

    Home is definitely where the heart is for the reigning Southeastern division champs. The Washington Capitals remained undefeated in regulation time at the Verizon Center, thanks to the swift skates of a usual suspect...

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  7. Forever 21: Sean Taylor Remembered

    Thanksgiving day marks the first anniversary of the passing of former Miami Hurricane and Washington Redskins player, Sean Taylor. Known as one of the hardest hitting safeties to ever play football, Sean’s life was cut short by a senseless act...

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  8. Capitals-Sharks: Capitals Lack Bite in Lop-Sided Loss to San Jose

    With injuries mounting, and playing in their third game in four nights, the Washington Capitals needed to play mistake-free hockey...

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  9. Gary Williams Nets 400th Win as Maryland Coach

    Coach Gary Williams has seen it all in his storied career as the main man in College Park. Over the years, he’s paced the sidelines, showing his trademark temper, in true Williams fashion...

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  10. The Opposite of Easy Street: No Fun to Be Had in Washington

    Coach Eddie Jordan believes his team has lost even before the ball is tipped. Listen to the evidence after last night’s defeat against Dwayne Wade and company, and determine for yourself where the Wizards go from here...

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  11. How Swede It Is: Nicklas Backstrom's Back to His Old Form for the Capitals

    Washington Capitals winger Nicklas Backstrom’s sophomore slump is officially over, and in the "nick" of time...

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  12. In Flacco They Trust: Baltimore Ravens Rookie Earns Early Success in the NFL

    When this decade started, the Baltimore Ravens were solely a defense-first team. Star players like linebacker Ray Lewis and safety Ed Reed methodically went about destroying opposing offenses, until they were out of ammunition...

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  13. Lady Terps Get Reality Check, Drop First Game 80-68

    Senior standout guard Kristi Toliver could only grimace as the final buzzer sounded. This isn’t the start that Tolliver or Coach Brenda Frese envisioned when the team went 33-4 and advanced to the Regional Final last year...

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  14. Capitals-Devils Preview

    Wednesday night’s skirmish between the Carolina Hurricanes and Washington Capitals was a one-sided affair. The Caps scored three first period goals for the second consecutive game en route to a dominating 5-1 win over Carolina...

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  15. Wizards-Jazz: Washington Stop Utah, Avoid 0-6 Start

    As Caron Butler disrobed at center court, he appeared quite content for himself and his Washington Wizards teammates. The Wiz notched their first win of the season against a very strong opponent, finally giving their home fans reason to celebrate...

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  16. Capitals-Lightning: Brent Johnson Spoils Olaf Kolzig's Debut against Former Team

    The scoring was quick and the Capitals never trailed in their first meeting against hometown hero, Olaf Kolzig. Having spent the previous 16 seasons in net for Washington, the crowd found it hard not to chant his name...

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  17. Lightning-Capitals Preview: Olie The Goalie's Return to Washington

    This storyline couldn’t be any more exciting. The Washington Capitals' up-and-down season takes a nostalgic turn as they host the Tampa Bay Lightning tomorrow night at the Verizon Center...

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  18. Will the Washington Wizards Go Winless In November?

    The winter of discontent has begun for the cellar-dwelling Washington Wizards. They dropped their fifth straight game, 106-81, last night against the Orlando Magic. Their record is 0-5 and the wheels are coming off the bus at warp speed...

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  19. Les Miserables In Washington: Wizards Fall to 0-4

    The Wizards need a wakeup call. After dropping their fourth straight game to start the 2008-2009 NBA season, Coach Eddie Jordan has seen enough. He might be the next one to be benched if he can’t bring the spark back to Washington’s lineup..

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  20. Capitals-Hurricanes: Washington Storms Back on Carolina

    The Capitals celebrated their sixth win of the season, by the final score of 3-2, in front of an appreciative home crowd last night at Verizon Center...

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  21. Injuries Rip Reeling Redskins

    Prior to Monday’s night shellacking against Pittsburgh, the Washington Redskins had 16 players listed on their weekly injury report. That’s one third of their 53-man roster...

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  22. Playoff Picture Emerging in the NFC East

    The New York Football Giants made a serious statement today about whom they think is the beast of the NFC East...

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  23. Capitals-Sabres: The Capitals Get Caught in a Stampede in Buffalo

    Sabres G Ryan Miller stymied the Washington Capitals opportunistic offense, stopping 29 shots for his eighth career shutout last night in Buffalo. LW Thomas Vanek netted two goals, posting his third multi-goal game of the season...

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  24. Center Stage: What The Wizards Have To Focus On To Compete In The East

    Coach Eddie Jordan must be worn out already. And his Washington Wizards have played one game so far this season...

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  25. Capitals-Predators: Washington Uses Team Effort to Nix Nashville

    The Capitals overcame the absence of elite wingman Alex Ovechkin to out-shoot the Nashville Predators and capture a 4-3 win last night in chilly Washington, DC. The great No...

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