Capitals seek to improve road record in clash with Canucks

The streaking Vancouver Canucks will look for their sixth win in seven games when they host the Washington Capitals Tuesday night. The Canucks will be playing their third game in four nights after defeating the Vegas Golden Knights 5-1 on Saturday and the San Jose Sharks 4-3 on Sunday. Vancouver opens a four-game homestand versus Washington.
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Typically road warriors, Capitals trying to ‘find our legs’ away from home

Typically road warriors, Caps try to ‘find our legs’ away from home originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. Over the last decade, no NHL team has been a tougher opponent to beat on the road than the Capitals. Washington enters Tuesday’s game against the Vancouver Canucks carrying a .615 point percentage in away games since the start of the 2012-13 season, best in the league. Its goal differential of +81 is tied for second across that same span.
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Hat Trick For Beck Leads To 3-0 Start For Capital Boys

FORT PIERRE – Jarron Beck scored a hat trick Sunday and Ashton Griese scored two goals with an assist as the Oahe Capital boys completed a perfect first weekend of the regular season with a 6-1 win over Brandon Valley at the Expo Center. Oahe (3-0) trailed 3:17 into...

The 10 Smallest State Capitals In The United States

With a total population of over 330 million inhabitants, the United States is the third most populated nation in the world. Indeed across its 50 States, a diverse array of ethnicities, religions, and cultural groups define much of its population. But although many States and their respective capital cities comprise large populations, several of them host only modest numbers and dimensions. This article looks at the Ten Smallest US State Capitals by population:

Capitals get crushed by Devils

The Washington Capitals got crushed by the first place, Metropolitan Division leading New Jersey Devils as Vitek Vanecek got revenge on his former team. The Caps got their shots up but Vanecek stopped all but one as the Caps fell 5-1. Nico Hischier put the Devils up 1-0 at 9:04...

A Few Signs Of Improvement For The Capitals

It’s tough to talk about signs of improvement when a team is 9-11-3, but facts are facts. The Capitals are most definitely (finally) showing some signs of crawling out of the crater they created for themselves at the beginning of the season. While wins and losses rule all other...

Capitals Notebook: Latest Lines, Notes As Team Skates In Vancouver

The Washington Capitals didn’t start their longest road trip of the season off on the right foot, as they dropped a 5-1 decision to the New Jersey Devils that looked a lot worse on paper. Still, there is work to do and plenty of room for improvement, and that was the main focus at Monday’s practice in British Columbia as the team prepares for Bruce Boudreau’s Vancouver Canucks.

The ‘capital’ of roses is brilliant before the first flower festival

The Me Linh Flower Festival in 2022 themed “Me Linh’s brilliant colors” will be held from December 9 to 11 in Me Linh district (Hanoi). Currently, gardeners are entering the final stage of care. Currently, Me Linh district has 1,294 hectares of land for flower production, of...
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4 Takeaways From Devils’ 5-1 Win vs. The Capitals

The New Jersey Devils had their 13-game win streak snapped earlier this week. What have they done since then? Win their next two games, and their latest came in impressive fashion. No, they weren’t their usual dominant selves, but stellar performances from Vitek Vanecek and Jack Hughes powered the Devils to a 5-1 win over the Washington Capitals. Here are four takeaways ahead of the first Hudson River Showdown tomorrow night at Madison Square Garden.