Washington lights up former Capital Braden Holtby and Vitek Vanecek posts his second shutout of the season.
Early lackluster play once again dooms the Caps as James Reimer shows off in San Jose’s net.
Michael Amadio’s second period goal powers the Golden Knights to a 1 to 0 win in Washington.
The Capitals defenseman will miss the next two games after the DoPS handed down a two-game suspension today.
The Caps and Canucks trade power-play goals but the Caps can’t get out of their own way long enough to come back in the 4-2 loss.
Washington falls at home to the Bruins 7 to 3.
The Caps played a great first period, but St. Louis locked things down in the final 40 to win the first matchup of the season.
Alex Ovechkin’s two goal game leads the Capitals to a 3 to 1 win over the Red Wings.
A Kuznetsov shorty wins it for the Caps, but Washington’s power play struggles continue.
Conor Sheary’s third period goal gives the Capitals a 5 to 2 win over the Jets.
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Alex Ovechkin tallied the 274th power play goal of his career in Chicago’s 5 to 4 win over Washington.
The Capitals topple the Sabres in Buffalo via shootout 3 to 2.
Protas scores his first NHL goal Ovechkin scores number 749 in this afternoon’s victory in Raleigh.
The Capitals register an easygoing 6 to 3 win over Montreal the night before Thanksgiving.
Ovechkin scores number 745 but Grubauer and the Kraken take the first matchup between Washington and Seattle.
Oshie and Dowd return to the lineup, Ovi and Sheary each score twice, and Samsonov records consecutive shutouts in the win at SAP Center.
A cast of supporting characters powered Washington to a 6 to 1 win over Pittsburgh.
Alex Ovechkin’s 741st career goal was the highlight of Washington‘s 5 to 3 win over Buffalo.
T.J. Oshie’s hat trick powers Washington to a 7 to 5 win in Ottawa.
Hendrix Lapierre scores in his NHL debut as the Capitals cruise to a 5 to 1 win.
The Caps lose one of their homegrown netminders elevated by his strong 2020 performance
All 30 protected lists were made public Sunday morning, so let’s see which Caps made the cut and which ones have been left exposed to Seattle.
Down 3-1 in the first round to the Boston Bruins, the Washington Capitals vow they can still save their season.
Ilya Samsonov was the only bright spot in Washington’s lackluster effort in Game 4 loss at TD Garden