1. With a Carom, Capitals Bounce Back vs. NYR

    WASHINGTON — So far this series, the Rangers have endured the daily exercise of discussing Alex Ovechkin and then going out and trying to neutralize him...

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  2. Braden Holtby Continues to Show Why He's Been Washington Capitals' Playoff MVP

    The New York Rangers started Game 3 in their second-round series against the Washington Capitals strongly. The first three scoring chances of the game all came off Rangers sticks...

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  3. Beagle on Goal: 'I Was Just Trying to Create Havoc'

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  4. NHL.com: Capitals' Gleason Probable for Game 3 vs. Rangers

    Washington Capitals defenseman Tim Gleason is probable to play in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Second Round against the New York Rangers on Monday at Verizon Center (7:30 p...

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  5. Caps Add Some Depth by Recalling Schmidt

    The Washington Capitals recalled defenseman Nate Schmidt on Sunday, and it's not yet clear if the move was injury or performance-related (or perhaps some combination of both?)...

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  6. Inspired Rangers Power Past Ovechkin, Capitals

    NEW YORK -- If you were watching Saturday's Eastern Conference semifinals Game 2 between the New York Rangers and the Washington Capitals , there was little doubt about one thing: Alex Ovechkin was the best player on that ice...

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  7. Caps 'Weren't Good Enough' to Win Game 2

    NEW YORK -- Alex Ovechkin and Braden Holtby did everything within their power to win a hockey game on their own Saturday afternoon...

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  8. Trotz Marks Early 2-Goal Deficit as Turning Point

    The Rangers needed contributions from fresh sources against the Washington Capitals in a Game 2 Saturday matinee at Madison Square Garden...

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  9. Ovechkin, Holtby's heroics not enough in Game 2

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  10. Trotz Marks Early 2-Goal Deficit as Turning Point

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  11. Trotz: We Weren't Good Enough to Win This Game

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  12. GIF: Braden Holtby Save on Chris Kreider

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  13. Trotz: Ovechkin Has 'Been a Revelation'

    “It was funny, sometimes perception's reality, and the perception for a lot of things that were said to me, my perception and all that, were probably off,” Trotz said...

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  14. Ovechkin Laughs off Messier Comparison

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  15. 5 Reasons the Washington Capitals Can Beat the New York Rangers in Round 2

    Heading into the second-round playoff series between the Washington Capitals and New York Rangers , Alain Vigneault's team was deservedly the favorite...

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  16. New-Look Alex Ovechkin Setting Tone for Capitals, Keys Thrilling Win vs. Rangers

    NEW YORK—Like any great story, this one begins in Las Vegas. Before Alex Ovechkin willed his Washington Capitals to a 2-1 victory in Game 1 of their second-round series ...

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  17. Goaltender Matchup: Inside Lundqvist vs. Holtby

    Goaltending plays an integral part in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. NHL .com decided to break down the highest profile matchup in the Eastern Conference Second Round: Henrik Lundqvist of the New York Rangers and Braden Holtby of the Washington Capitals ..

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  18. Capitals Want to Continue Physical Game vs. Rangers

    NEW YORK -- The Washington Capitals would like nothing more than to continue their hit parade against the New York Rangers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Second Round series at Madison Square Garden on Thursday (7:30 p...

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  19. Tom Wilson on New York Post Criticism: 'They Can Write Whatever They Want'

    It's hard to reconcile the way Tom Wilson talks about his brand of hockey, and the way his critics talk about it.....

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  20. Trotz Compares Ovechkin to Rangers Great

    Being a finalist for the Hart Trophy is nothing new to Alex Ovechkin and on Thursday he spoke briefly about what it means to be named one of three finalists for the fifth time in his nine-year career...

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  21. Marcus Johansson is Washington Capitals' X-factor against New York Rangers

    ARLINGTON, Va. -- Washington Capitals coach Barry Trotz's most important piece of advice to forward Marcus Johansson was simple...

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  22. Capitals' Fehr to Miss Game 1 vs. Rangers

    ARLINGTON, Va. -- Washington Capitals forward Eric Fehr will not be available to play against the New York Rangers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Second Round on Thursday (7:30 p...

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  23. Rangers a Very Different Opponent Than Islanders

    The Capitals and Rangers are no strangers to each other in the playoffs, having met three times in the past four years...

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  24. The Capitals' New Slogan: Go Through It, Not Around It

    The Capitals took a new slogan into this spring. It sounds like a cliche — okay, it is a cliche — but that didn't matter...

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  25. Trotz Makes Playful Joke About Redskins After Game 7 Win

    Barry Trotz was all about positivity after his team's Game 7 win over the New York Islanders on Monday night...

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