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2015 Stanley Cup Playoff Preview – Capitals vs. Islanders

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

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Capitals Islanders G/PG 2.89 (t-6th) 2.99 (4th) GA/PG 2.43 (7th) 2.73 (23rd) PP% 25.3% (1st) 18.7% (16th) PK% 81.2% (14th) 78.0% (26th) Washington Capitals Lines New York Islanders Lines Season Series Tied 2-2. Nov. 26 – NYI 3 – 2 WSH (OT) Nov. 28 – WSH 5 – 2 NYI Dec. 29 – NYI 4…

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Team-by-Team Season Preview – Washington Capitals

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

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Additions: Subtractions: Matt Niskanen – D Mikhail Grabovski – C Brooks Orpik – D Dustin Penner- LW Justin Peters – G Tyson Strachan – D Chris Conner – RW Julien Brouillette – D Tim Kennedy – LW David Leggio – G Adam Oates was at the helm for two seasons and posted a 65-48-17 record, but…

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Team-by-Team Season Preview – Pittsburgh Penguins

Friday, August 29, 2014

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Additions: Subtractions: Christian Ehrhoff – D James Neal – RW Patric Hornqvist – RW Matt Niskanen – D Nick Spaling – C Brooks Orpik – D Thomas Greiss – G Jussi Jokinen – LW Steve Downie – RW Lee Stempniak – RW Blake Comeau – LW Deryk Engelland – D Tanner Glass – LW Joe…

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Igloo Insider: Pens struggling at mid-way point

Sunday, January 3, 2010

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Happy New Year hockey fans! I hope you all had a great holiday, but there’s been no rest on or off the ice, as it’s been an especially entertaining week for us all. The Olympic rosters were announced, the World Juniors got under way in Saskatchewan, and most would say the Winter Classic lived up…

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Short Shifts

Saturday, November 21, 2009

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Notable lineup happenings from around the NHL: Rene Bourque, the Flames’ leading scorer, has been placed on IR.  Flames Lineup Alex Kovalev is attending his wife’s mother’s funeral.  Sens Lineup Brooks Orpik should be back in tonight for the Pens.  Pens Lineup Dainius Zubrus has a broken leg and will be out 4-6 weeks.  Devils…

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Penguins Lose Another Defenceman

Monday, November 16, 2009

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The Pittsburgh Penguins will be without every one of their top 4 defencemen when they take on the Anaheim Ducks tonight.  Alex Goligoski is expected to miss 2-3 weeks with a lower-body injury and will join Sergei Gonchar, Brooks Orpk, and Kris Letang in the pressbox. Goligoski has had a fantastic start to the season…

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