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Caps Start Weeklong Road Trip on Tuesday vs. Wild

The Caps open up a four-game road trip in which they'll play in three different time zones on Tuesday against the Minnesota Wild in St. Paul

by Mike Vogel @VogsCaps / washingtoncaps.com

Nov. 13 vs. Minnesota Wild at Xcel Energy Center

Time: 8:00 p.m.

TV: NBCSW

Radio: Capitals Radio 24/7, FAN 106.7

 

Washington Capitals 7-6-3

Minnesota Wild 11-4-2

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POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Coyotes 4, Caps 1

Caps' offense continues to be off and they let an opportunity slip, dropping a second straight game at the end of homestand, penalty kill continues to be problematic, more

by Mike Vogel @VogsCaps / washingtoncaps.com

Opportunity Knocks Once, Then The Door Slams Shut - Heading into Sunday's finale of their five-game homestand against the Arizona Coyotes, the Caps had an opportunity to take a couple of points from a road weary team, a team playing on the shortest turnaround - just 22 hours - allowed by the NHL's collective bargaining agreement. It was also an opportunity for the Caps to finish the homestand on a winning and high note; a win would leave them at 3-1-1 for the homestand while a regulation loss would leave a decidedly less appealing 2-2-1 mark to show for those five games in the District.

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Caps Fall 4-1 to Coyotes in Homestand Finale

Caps can't get started against tired foe, and head out for a week on the road on a lackluster note

by Mike Vogel @VogsCaps / washingtoncaps.com

Several times a season in the NHL, the schedule throws you a favorable match-up. Such was the case for the Capitals on Sunday afternoon when the Arizona Coyotes came to town, playing their second game in as many nights and third game in four nights against a rested Washington team seeking to finish a five-game homestand on a high note.

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SKATE SHAVINGS - News and Notes from Caps' Morning Skate 11/11

Caps conclude homestand vs. weary Coyotes, must be aware of aggressive Arizona penalty killers, start West-heavy patch of schedule, more

by Mike Vogel @VogsCaps / washingtoncaps.com

Pack It Up - The Caps conclude a five-game homestand on Sunday afternoon when they host the Arizona Coyotes at Capital One Arena. Washington is 2-1-1 on the homestand to date, and it is coming into Sunday's finale on the heels of its lone regulation loss of the week, a 2-1 setback at the hands of the Columbus Blue Jackets on Friday night.

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Caps Close Out Homestand vs. Coyotes on Sunday

The Caps are seeking better penalty killing and more of an offensive spark as they finish up a five-game homestand on Sunday against Arizona

by Mike Vogel @VogsCaps / WashingtonCaps.com

Nov. 11 vs. Arizona Coyotes at Capital One Arena

Time: 5:00 p.m.

TV: NBCSN

Radio: Capitals Radio 24/7, FAN 106.7

 

Arizona Coyotes 7-7-1

Washington Capitals 7-5-3

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POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Jackets 2, Caps 1

Caps lose special teams battle and game, Siegenthaler debut gives Caps a United Nations defense, Niskanen nets one on the PP, more

by Mike Vogel @VogsCaps / washingtoncaps.com

Streak Stopped - The Caps entered Friday's game against Columbus having won two straight for the first time this season, and owning a three-game point streak (2-0-1). Both of those streaks came to a halt as the Jackets earned a 2-1 win over Washington.

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Caps Fall to Columbus, 2-1

Caps lose special teams battle and game as three-game point streak comes to a halt on Friday vs. the Blue Jackets

by Mike Vogel @VogsCaps / washingtoncaps.com

Playing with a patchwork blueline against one of the league's most aggressive forechecking teams on Friday night, the Caps figured to have their hands full against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Washington's youthful blueline acquitted itself well and gave the Jackets nothing at five-on-five, but on a night where it was all about special teams, the Caps were shorthanded personnel-wise and came up short on the scoreboard, 2-1.

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SKATE SHAVINGS - News and Notes from Caps' Morning Skate 11/9

Caps face another '18 playoff foe, blueline injuries lead to Siegenthaler's recall and NHL debut, more

by Mike Vogel @VogsCaps / washingtoncaps.com

Jacket Weather - The Caps continue their five-game homestand on Friday night when the Columbus Blue Jackets make the first of their two trips to the District this season. The Caps and Jackets come into tonight's game with 17 points each, and the winner will vault over the idle New York Islanders and into the top spot in the Metropolitan Division standings.

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Caps Tangle with Jackets on Friday

On the heels of consecutive wins for the first time this season, the Caps face Columbus at Capital One Arena

by Mike Vogel @VogsCaps / washingtoncaps.com

Nov. 9 vs. Columbus Blue Jackets at Capital One Arena

Time: 7:00 p.m.

TV: NBCSW

Radio: Capitals Radio 24/7, FAN 106.7

 

Columbus Blue Jackets 8-6-1

Washington Capitals 7-4-3

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POSTGAME NOTEBOOK: Caps 2, Pens 1

Oshie comes back from injury twice to score game-winner, the anatomy of the game-winner, Ovechkin nets another PPG, Holtby steals one for Caps, more

by Mike Vogel @VogsCaps / washingtoncaps.com

Six Month Check-Up - Six months to the day after they eliminated the Pittsburgh Penguins from the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Capitals entertained the Pens at Capital One Arena on Wednesday night. It was the second meeting of the regular season for the two Metro Division rivals; the Pens edged the Caps 7-6 in a wild game in Pittsburgh on Oct. 4.

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