Relive the Magic: A Video History of the Caps
2014-15 marks the 40-year anniversary of the Washington Capitals' inaugural season, and with each year that passes, more and more stories from the early years get forgotten or otherwise lost. Let's try to change that. This is Throwback Tuesday...
Closing In: Alex Ovechkin, Peter Bondra and #826
With four points Sunday night, Alex Ovechkin closes in on Peter Bondra's franchise record - and further cements himself as the greatest Washington Capital ever.
That Time When the Capitals' Old Jerseys Were New
Remembering some classic sweaters as the Caps unveil their Winter Classic uniforms
Those Times Caps Trickled Down to the White House
Remembering a couple of visits to one of the world's most famous right wingers.
That Time When the Caps Had an Ace up their Sleeve
Remembering a good man, on and off the ice.
That Time When Being an Expansion Team Was Hard
As the NHL considers expanding yet again, we look back at the expansion that brought us the Caps... and the terrible, terrible hockey that came with them.
That Time When the Caps Played Musical Goalies
Tom McVie's answer to the Habs of the 1970s? Don't let one guy face them alone.
That Time When the Caps Brought Hockey to Japan
The two worst clubs in the NHL travel to the Land of the Rising Sun
That Time When Don Cherry and Tom McVie Had Words
Don Cherry's Capitals antagonism has been decades in the making.