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Now that things have calmed down a bit in the aftermath of the Washington Capitals Stanley Cup championship celebration, perhaps we can now clean up... [Read More]
This year's NHL Playoffs have a scintillating storyline as my adopted Vegas Golden Knights, an expansion team playing its inaugural season, have defied both history... [Read More]
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Washington Capitals owner Ted Leonsis and captain Alex Ovechkin will visit MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, the Arlington County Police Department and Fort Dupont Ice Arena... [Read More]
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Regarding the June 13 news article "Capitals celebrate Stanley Cup — together — one last time": Fans of the Washington Capitals hockey team clearly demonstrated... [Read More]
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Will Avis, a recent graduate of Annapolis High School's International Baccalaureate magnet program, didn't need the Washington Capitals' Stanley Cup winning season to make him... [Read More]
Russian hockey stars Alexander Ovechkin and Evgeny Kuznetsov have led the Washington Capitals' wild Stanley Cup victory parade celebrations – giving speeches to round off... [Read More]
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Washington Capitals defenseman Brooks Orpik laughed while telling reporters that his left pinkie finger "kinda fell off" during the Stanley Cup Final. [Read More]
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Lots of members of Congress bring along floor charts to help make a point. Here and there, some stand out.@FloorCharts posts some of the daily... [Read More]
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What you don't know about the Capitals' first days as champions.        ... [Read More]
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By winning the Stanley Cup, the Capitals exorcised plenty of demons. [Read More]
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The Washington Capitals won the Stanley Cup and somehow the world didn't end. [Read More]
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Alex Ovechkin will continue to share his joyous, celebratory summer publicly with the Washington region. Ovechkin and Washington Capitals owner Ted Leonsis will... [Read More]
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According to the Washington Post, most members of the Stanley Cup-champion Washington Capitals would accept a White House invite if one were extended by President... [Read More]
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Washington Capitals defenseman Brooks Orpik lost part of his pinkie finger on a slash early in the Stanley Cup Final. It needed to be stitched... [Read More]
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Wednesday was not the typical end-of-year "breakdown day" for Washington Capitals center Jay Beagle. "Usually, I stand before you miserable and barely holding it... [Read More]
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New York Daily News sports, race and social issues columnist Carron J. Phillips has figured out the litmus test President Donald Trump uses to determine... [Read More]

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After several teams have ended up not visiting President Donald Trump to celebrate championships in their respective sports, a majority of Washington... [Read More]
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There are feelings that can be felt once and only once over the course of an entire lifetime. The happiness produced through ice cream or... [Read More]
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Showing off their Stanley Cup, the Washington Capitals celebrated with their fans in their first ever championship parade in D.C. [Read More]
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