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The Game According to Twitter: Canucks 4 vs. Capitals 2

After allowing a touchdown against the Colorado Avalanche Friday night, the Vancouver Canucks returned from their road trip with hopes for better luck against the Washington Capitals.

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The Game According to Twitter: Canucks 3 at Capitals 4 0

The Game According to Twitter: Canucks 3 at Capitals 4

Lose a bunch, win one, lose one, win one, lose two – the story of the Canucks’ 2013/2014 season. The Canucks did play well. Even their power play looked like a real power play with scoring chances and stuff you should expect to have when you have one more guy on the ice than the other team does. But we’re way past the point of relishing moral victories. And with last night’s 4-3 loss to the Washington Capitals – and the Dallas Stars getting a point against the Calgary Flames – they fall further back of the playoff picture. Watching...

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Game Day Preview Canucks at Capitals: Can the Canucks Capitalize? 0

Game Day Preview Canucks at Capitals: Can the Canucks Capitalize?

The Canucks won their last game against the Winnipeg Jets last Wednesday. Alex Burrows not only scored his first goal of the season, but he scored twice. Chris Higgins and his washboard abs scored the winning goal in the shootout. (Yes, the Canucks won in the shootout.) Wait, aren’t we supposed to be tanking? The playoff race continues tonight for the Canucks as they face a similarly-desperate Washington Capitals team. Both the Canucks (30-28-10) and the Caps (30-27-10) have 70 points, good for 10th place in the Western Conference and 11th place in the Eastern Conference, respectively. The playoff door...

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Canucks vs. Capitals Game Day Preview: Burr Back 0

Canucks vs. Capitals Game Day Preview: Burr Back

Washington Capitals (5-6) Vancouver Canucks (8-4-1) After an impressive seven-game road trip (5-1-1), the Vancouver Canucks are back in Vancouver and will take on the Washington Capitals. As the Capitals look to start a new winning streak after their three-game winning streak came to an end on Saturday night with a 5-2 loss against the Calgary Flames, the Canucks look to continue their own three-game winning streak tonight. We welcome the Canucks back home, but also, we (expect to) welcome back Alexandre Burrows, who has been out since injuring his foot while blocking a shot on October 3rd during the...

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2013/2014 NHL Season Preview: Metropolitan Division 0

2013/2014 NHL Season Preview: Metropolitan Division

On the eve of the start of the 2013/2014 NHL regular season, I preview the 30 teams, one division at a time. Photo credit: MLB Carolina Hurricanes The Good The top-line of Eric Staal, Alex Semin and Jiri Tlusty was one of the highest-scoring lines in the NHL last season, but the Canes have little scoring depth after that. Adding Jordan Staal last season helped address this, but at this point, Tuomo Ruutu and Jeff Skinner can’t reliably be counted on to stay healthy. The Bad I think it says enough when the addition of Mike Komisarek on defense is...

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NHL First Round Playoffs Prediction Post 3

NHL First Round Playoffs Prediction Post

If any team can pull off a come-from-behind and out-of-nowhere unexpected victory or 7, it’s Detroit. And as the Capitals have proven time and time again, if any team can perform an epic playoff meltdown, it’s a team coached by Bruce Boudreau.

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Out of Town Notebook: 2012/2013 Eastern Conference Preview 0

Out of Town Notebook: 2012/2013 Eastern Conference Preview

Another year, another season preview. As usual, we’ve ranked each team’s goaltending, defense, forwards and coaches based on expectations and past performance. However, given the shortened season, we’ve also taken a few other things into consideration.

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Out of Town Notebook: Eastern Conference Finals Playoff Preview 0

Out of Town Notebook: Eastern Conference Finals Playoff Preview

Tom Wakefield breaks down the Rangers-Devils NHL Eastern Conference Finals, picking New York in a grueling six games.

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Out of Town Notebook: Eastern Conference Semifinals Playoff Preview 0

Out of Town Notebook: Eastern Conference Semifinals Playoff Preview

Tom Wakefield takes a look at the second round match-ups in the Eastern Conference, calling for a Capitals upset.

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Out of Town Notebook: Eastern Conference Quarterfinals Playoff Preview 2

Out of Town Notebook: Eastern Conference Quarterfinals Playoff Preview

Tom Wakefield breaks down each of the first round series in the NHL Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.

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