Washington’s search for a netminder now starts from scratch
The Capitals forfeit a three goal lead and Game Five in Florida.
Florida comes out on top in tonight’s parade to the penalty box, with Verhaeghe scoring the overtime game-winner
Samsonov plays his best game to date in Game 3
The Capitals only manage one goal amidst many defensive breakdowns as the Panthers storm back in Game 2 to even the Round 1 series.
Vitek Vanecek leads Washington to a 4 to 2 win over the Panthers in Florida.
The Caps get two goals from their blueline, but the Rangers come out on top in the final game of the season.
Conor Sheary scores the only goal on Vejmelka as Vitek Vanecek records the sixth shutout of his career.
Ovechkin scores his 49th and 50th goals of the season but Vegas capitalizes on Samsonov’s struggles to pull off a third period comeback and overtime victory.
Washington takes a 3 to 2 decision over the Avalanche in Colorado.
Washington falls to the Maple Leafs 7 to 3 in Toronto.
Trevor van Riemsdyk’s Capitals defeat James van Riemsdyk’s Flyers 9 to 2.
Ovechkin scores career goal 774 and Orlov sets a new career high in goals as Washington takes the final game of the season series.
They didn’t make it easy!
Joel Eriksson Ek’s two goal game leads the Wild to a 5 to 1 win over the Capitals.
Ovechkin scores career goal 771 and the shootout winner as the Capitals sweep the season series against the Sabres.
Nathan Walker’s GWG was the difference maker in St. Louis’ 5 to 2 win.
Ovechkin scored career goal number 769 to tie things up late and Samsonov stood tall in the shootout to push the Caps past the Canes.
Kuznetsov’s second career hatty and Eller’s OT game-winner push Washington to a victory in Vancouver.
Nicklas Backstrom’s 1000th career point was the highlight of Washington’s 4 to 3 loss in Edmonton.
The Caps celebrated Ovechkin and Backstrom’s 1,000th NHL game together with a decisive win in Calgary.
Two second half power play goals lead Washington to a 5 to 2 win over Seattle.
Vitek Vanecek’s 36 save shutout leads Washington to a 4 to 0 win over Carolina.
Tom Wilson’s two goals are not enough to push the Caps past Toronto, extending the home losing streak to six games.
Joe Snively stays hot and Hathaway scores twice in Washington’s 5-3 win to keep rolling on the road.
Ilya Samsonov’s 33 saves and Alex Ovechkin’s 30th of the season lead Washington to a 4 to 1 win in Nashville
Joe Snively scores twice and the Caps chase Primeau after four goals in their 5-2 victory in Montreal.
The Oilers chased Samsonov after just five minutes and scored a late shorty to stop a potential Washington comeback.