1. Islanders Score 15 Seconds into OT to Take 2-1 Series Lead over Capitals

    Outside the Washington Capitals ' dressing room, near the entrance to the visiting tunnel at Nassau Coliseum, forward Jason Chimera looked down at a small television and watched as if he needed further proof...

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  2. Capitals Looking to 'Forget About' Game 3 Loss

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  3. Experience Isn't Helping Capitals vs. Islanders

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  4. Fehr Suffers Upper-Body Injury in Game 3

    UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- Washington Capitals forward Eric Fehr left Sunday's Game 3 at Nassau Coliseum against the New York Islanders after suffering an upper-body injury in the first period...

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  5. Fehr Questionable to Return vs. Isles After Getting Hit

    That might leave a mark. Washington Capitals forward Eric Fehr was forced to make an early exit from Sunday's Game 3 against the New York Islanders after falling prey to a hard, clean body check from Kyle Okposo...

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  6. Fehr Questionable to Return vs. Isles After Getting Hit

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  7. Holtby Back to Start Game 3 vs. Islanders

    Braden Holtby 1st out on the ice for warmups. He'll start Game Three. #CapsIsles #RockTheRed #CapsPlayoffs #HoltBeast http://t...

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  8. Islanders' Pending Move from Nassau Coliseum Looms as Playoff Push Continues

    UNIONDALE, N.Y. — The energy that lifted the Washington Capitals through a second-period malaise on Friday night wasn't lost on the New York Islanders , who returned to the ...

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  9. Philipp Grubauer Steps In, Leads Capitals to Win

    WASHINGTON -- For the third time in the Washington Capitals ' past six trips to the Stanley Cup Playoffs, they needed a second goaltender during Game 2 of their first-round series ...

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  10. Best and Worst of Caps-Islanders Game 2

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  11. Islanders Unable to Stall Capitals' Attack in Game 2

    The New York Islanders were cautious not to get ahead of themselves after winning Game 1 of their playoff series against the Capitals ...

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  12. Facing Series Deficit, There Was No Panic from the Caps

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  13. Washington Capitals' Resiliency Toughest Opponent Islanders Will Face in Series

    Washington Capitals fans could be forgiven if they were having nightmarish flashbacks Friday night. There were the Capitals throwing puck after puck after puck after…you get it…on net, dominating the game territorially...

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  14. Nicklas Backstrom Ties the Game for the Washington Capitals

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  15. Capitals Add Physicality to Game 2 Lineup with Return of Wilson

    The Washington Capitals will add some muscle to their lineup for Friday's Game 2 against the New York Islanders ...

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  16. Capitals Recall Philipp Grubauer from Hershey

    ARLINGTON, VA. – The Washington Capitals have recalled goaltender Philipp Grubauer from the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League (AHL), senior vice president and general manager Brian MacLellan announced today...

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  17. After Dropping Game 1 at Home, History Rests in the Capitals' Favor

    On the opening night of the 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs, three of four home teams lost, so at least the Washington Capitals had company in their misery.....

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  18. After a Game 1 Loss and Optional Skate, Capitals 'stick with What Works'

    Coach Barry Trotz could have skated the Washington Capitals until they wheezed, punishing them for Wednesday night's 4-1 calamity against the New York Islanders , or even held practice ...

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  19. Is It Time for Wilson to Enter the Fray?

    If you had a tough time watching the Capitals ' 4-1 loss to the New York Islanders in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, imagine how Tom Wilson must have felt watching from the Verizon Center press box...

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  20. Barkley Hopes Ovechkin Avoids Dubious Distinction

    You can count Charles Barkley among those rooting for Alex Ovechkin in the playoffs this season, but you might not like the reason why.....

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  21. Caps Know They Need a Better Effort in Game 2

    Heading into the postseason, the Capitals looked like a team finally built to succeed in the playoffs. After one game, they looked like the same old Caps...

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  22. Flat Caps Pay for Slow Start to Isles in Game 1

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  23. Watch: Johansson's Late Goal Ties It at 1 vs. Isles

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  24. Trotz Confirms Beagle, Fehr Are Back for Game 1

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  25. Capitals Share Secret to Stopping Tavares

    If the Capitals hope to advance to the second round of the playoffs for the first time in three years, shutting down the New York Islanders ' top line of Nikolay Kulemin, John Tavares and Ryan Strome will be essential...

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