The Caps have a three-game week in which they hope to get out of their recent run of disappointing performances
It’s "Former Head Coaches Week" for the Capitals, who will face some familiar faces behind the bench in all three games of the Week 14 schedule.
A postponed game keeps this to a two-game week for the Caps, but it will be a stiff challenge nonetheless with back-to-back games on the road against each of the Winter Classic clubs.
Where we look at a schedule that might be played or might not...or might be played in part. Who knows?
Where we look at a three-game week against teams from outside the Eastern time zone.
It is a three-game week for the Caps, but fans will likely have Friday’s rematch with the Penguins circled on their calendars.
In the week ahead, the Caps end one season series, renew another, and face a club they haven’t faced in Washington in over three years.
The Caps return home for two games after a successful west coast trip, but it is the road game at the end of the week that might be the marquee matchup.
Another four-game week awaits the Caps as they head out on the road - with a new opponent on their usual west coast swing
It will be a four-game week for the Capitals in Week 5 and a chance to get themselves right in the standings after a tough Week 4.
With the October schedule in the books, the Washington Capitals start their November schedule with a challenging slate of opponents.
It might look like an easy week on the schedule for the Capitals, but this being the NHL, take opponents lightly at your peril
Week 2 adds a game to the workload, giving the Caps three very different teams to contend with.
It’s opening week of a "regular" regular season, and we return with a look what Week 1 might hold in store
The last full week of the regular season lies ahead for the Caps, and in it, they face two old rivals whose playoff dreams must wait until next year.
The Caps wrap up one big series and start another as the East’s top teams continue to clamor for seeding
Where we talk about the Caps’ light work week. Two games — but important ones, crucial ones. Just don’t call them "must win"...yet.
Four-game work weeks seem to be the norm for the Caps lately, but the spice this week is in seeing how the terrain changes as the trading deadline passes.
Where we look at another four-game work week for the Caps, including a return to the scene of their worst loss of the season.
In this week’s Snapshots, we look at the Caps heading to the New York metro area for four games.
Where we look at the Caps schedule for the week hosting a pair of New York City area teams.
Where we look at the week ahead for the Capitals and their schedule against New York teams.
Where we look at three games against two opponents with whom the Caps have become all too familiar of late.
After the Caps wrap up their two-gamer with the Penguins, it is a week of match-ups against New York rivals.
It’s a three-game week chock full of rivalry and standings implications.
The Caps head into Week 3 leading the East Division, but it is a rough road ahead.
The Caps put points in the ledger in all three games in Week 1. Can they duplicate that in Week 2 against the same opponents?
After a week chock full of Metropolitan Division opponents, the Caps head toward a seemingly "weaker" part of the schedule... but danger lurks with that sort of thinking.
The theme of Week 22 is "Meaningful Metro Matchups" as the Caps look to put some distance between themselves and three division rivals.
After hosting the New York Islanders at home on Monday night, the Caps head on the road for a pair of games. Here is what the week looks like.
The Caps have a light workload in Week 18, but it is still a chance to make hay while the sun shines on home ice.
The Capitals return to the ice after their eight-game break, and the week will not lack for action with four games on the schedule.