1. Capitals-Rangers: Mike Green Ties Mark as Washington Earns Point in New York

    Despite two goals by defenseman Mike Green, the Washington Capitals (34-16-5-73, first in Southeast) fell in a shootout on a fluky shot to the New York Rangers, 5-4...

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  2. Washington Nationals Sign Adam Dunn to Two-Year Deal

    MULTIPLE SOURCES CONFIRM $20 MILLION DEAL, PRESS CONFERENCE EXPECTED THURSDAY. According to multiple sources, the Washington Nationals jumped into the deep end of the free-agent pool ...

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  3. What Else Did Miguel Tejada Lie About? Is Rafael Palmeiro Clean?

    Houston Astros shortstop, Miguel Tejada appeared before a federal judge this morning to plead guilty to charges of lying to Congress about his knowledge of, and involvement with, Performance Enhancing Drugs in Major League Baseball...

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  4. Capitals-Panthers Review: Caps Kill Late Penalty, Beat Florida 3-1

    THEODORE MAKES 20 SAVES, GREEN SCORES TWICE IN 3-1 VICTORY OVER FLORIDA The Washington Capitals (34-16-4, first in Southeast, second in East) rode two goals by Mike Green and a five-minute penalty ...

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  5. Capitals-Panthers Preview: Caps Look To Rebound Against Division Rival Florida

    The Washington Capitals (33-16-4-70, first in Southeast) face its closest competitor in the division, the Florida Panthers (25-18-8-58), at 7:00 PM from the Verizon Center...

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  6. Capitals-Kings Review: Caps Have Clinker Against Kings

    Fifteen seconds into last night's Kings at Capitals game, the Caps held a 1-0 lead. It was the last time for the night Washington would be ahead on the scorecard...

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  7. Capitals-Devils Review: Nylander Leads Caps to Road Win 5-2

    Michael Nylander scored twice as the Washington Capitals snapped the New Jersey Devils winning streak at eight games, winning 5-2 before 14,018 at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ...

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  8. Five Questions About The Washington Nationals For 2009

    The Washington Nationals lost 102 games last season, so it would stand to figure that they would have plenty of question marks heading into the new season...

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  9. Capitals-Devils: A Battle for Second in the Eastern Conference

    The Washington Capitals (32-15-4-68, first in Southeast, second in East) travel to Newark to face the red-hot New Jersey Devils (32-15-3-67, first in Atlantic, third in East) at 7:00 pm from the Prudential Center...

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  10. Capitals-Senators Review: The Great Eight Nets Three in 7-4 Win

    Alex Ovechkin scored three times in the first two periods, leading his Washington Capitals past the struggling Ottawa Senators, 7-4, before another sellout crowd at the Verizon Center...

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  11. Capitals-Red Wings: Caps Extend Detroit's Losing Streak to Five

    The Washington Capitals overcame a sluggish start and a voracious forechecking effort by the Detroit Red Wings to defeat the defending Stanley Cup champions 4-2 before a sellout crowd at Verizon Center...

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  12. Capitals-Red Wings: Marquee Matinee Matchup in Nation's Capital

    The Washington Capitals (30-15-4-64, first in Southeast, second in East) host the Detroit Red Wings (31-10-7-69, first in Central) at 12:30 pm from Verizon Center...

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  13. Capitals-Bruins: Lucky Bounce in OT Sends B's Past Caps 3-2

    Washington Capitals' defenseman Shaone Morrisonn had to know the second the puck hit his right leg that the game was over...

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  14. Capitals-Bruins Preview: Caps Look For Road Win in Beantown

    After what seemed like an interminable break for the All-Star festivities, the Washington Capitals (30-15-3-63, first place in the Southeast) are in Boston to face the Bruins (34-8-5-73, first in the Northeast and the top seed in the Eastern Conference)..

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  15. Washington Nationals News: Will Jack McGeary Play Full-Time in 2009?

    Washington Nationals GM Jim Bowden seems to think minor leaguer Jack McGeary will forego his second year of college and play baseball full-time this season. Lots of people are are writing about it...

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  16. Washington Nationals Organizational Talent Thin Says Keith Law

    ESPN.com's Keith Law, a former Toronto Blue Jay executive, published his organizational rankings for this season yesterday...

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  17. Washington-Ottawa: Bad Penalties Ruin Caps' Plans as They Lose to Sens 3-2

    When Alexander Semin took a blatant and needless tripping penalty with 3:17 remaining in the third period, the omen was as obvious as the foul...

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  18. Capitals-Senators Preview: Caps Want to End "First Half" On Positive Note

    The Washington Capitals (30-14-3-63, first in Southeast, second in East) face the Ottawa Senators (15-21-7-37, fifth in Northeast, 13th in East) at 7:30 pm from Scotiabank Place...

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  19. Capitals-Islanders Review: Ovechkin Makes Up For Mistake, Nets OT Game Winner

    Alex Ovechkin made up for a rare mistake and scored a power play goal 1:46 into overtime, allowing the Washington Capitals to escape with a 2-1 win over the NHL's worst team, the New York Islanders...

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  20. Capitals-Islanders Preview: Washington Looks To Stay On Point On Long Island

    The Washington Capitals (29-14-3-61, first in Southeast, second in East) travel to New York to face the Islanders (12-29-4-28, fifth in Atlantic) in a matinee 2:00 pm start at Nassau Coliseum...

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  21. Capitals-Bruins Review: Alexander Semin Unassisted for the Win

    Washington Capitals left wing Alexander Semin scored an unassisted goal mid-way through the third period to lead the home team past the Boston Bruins, 2-1, before a capacity crowd at Verizon Center...

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  22. Washington Capitals Look To Close the Gap with Boston Bruins

    The Washington Capitals (28-14-3-59, first in Southeast, second in East) host the Boston Bruins (33-7-4-70, first in Northeast, first in East) from the Verizon Center at 7:00 pm.Boston is seeking its fifth win in a row and eighth straight road win tonight

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  23. Elijah Dukes, Behind in Child Support, Faces More Hurdles

    Elijah Dukes, outfielder for the Washington Nationals, has found hot water once again. He has a little more than a week to pay $40,643 in overdue child support payments. Should he not meet his obligations, he could face penalties including jail...

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  24. Capitals-Penguins: Washington Beats and Bruises Penguins, 6-3

    Alex Ovechkin scored two goals and assisted on a third, leading the Washington Capitals over the Pittsburgh Penguins 6-3 before 16,975 in snowy western Pennsylvania last night...

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  25. Capitals-Penguins Preview: Rivalries within a Rivalry

    The Washington Capitals (27-14-3-57, first in Southeast, third in East), smarting from a season-high tying three-game losing streak, travel to Pittsburgh to face the struggling Penguins (21-19-4-46, ...

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