Dylan Strome

Washington Capitals goaltender Darcy Kuemper, right, looks at the play as Jesper Boqvist controls the puck for the New Jersey Devils behind the net against defender Vincent Iorio.

Recap: Capitals Frustrated by Devils

The Washington Capitals played their first home game since last Friday’s trade deadline on Thursday night against the New Jersey Devils. Despite being out-shot by more than double in two of three periods, the Capitals earned a standings point by reaching the fourth round of a shootout. New Devil Timo Meier scored the only shootout […]

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Things Need to Change for the Capitals

Ever since winning the Stanley Cup in 2018, the Washington Capitals have been a very predictable hockey club. They would have a solid regular season, get into the playoffs, and they got knocked out in the first or second round. Of course, during these seasons, we would see their captain Alex Ovechkin score a ton […]

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Washington Extends Two Forwards

The Washington Capitals signed two recent forward additions to contract extensions over the All-Star weekend. Dylan Strome signed a five-year extension worth $25 million on Friday, and Sonny Milano agreed to a three-year, $5.7 million extension Saturday. Both players are in the top 10 in points for the Capitals this season. Strome’s 25 assists are […]

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Puck Control Enables Washington Win

The Washington Capitals took the lead early in their game against the Arizona Coyotes and stayed ahead to claim a 4-0 win Thursday night. Former third-overall Arizona draft pick Dylan Strome led the team with two goals on four shots. Darcy Kuemper claimed his League-leading fifth shutout. Center Nicklas Backstrom set the tone for the […]

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Screened Shots Key to Capitals’ Loss

The Capitals lost the second game of a back-to-back set, 4-2, Tuesday night at Capital One Arena against the Minnesota Wild. The Wild scored three of their four goals with a player screening goalkeeper Charlie Lindgren in front of the net. Lindgren believed the Capitals could have won if not for the three screened goals, […]

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Capitals Climbing Up The Metropolitan Division Ladder

Going into this season, there was a lot of uncertainty surrounding the Washington Capitals. For starters, the team already had several players that would be out with injuries for a while. Two of the team’s best players, Nicklas Backstrom and Tim Wilson, were going to miss a lot of time, which means that many wondered […]

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Preview: Blackhawk Home Opener vs. Detroit

The seats have been dusted off, the Logo has been painted, and the ice is ready to go! It’s opening night at the United Center. The red carpet will be rolled out once again, and the player will get to do their walk of fame. This is one of the best days of the year; […]

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Patrick Kane

Five Bold Predictions For The Chicago Blackhawks

Cool air is a breeze. The leaves on the trees are about to start changing, bringing in the fall season. That means HOCKEY IS BACK! Prospect games have been played, training camp is just around the corner, and pre-season hockey gets played in the next week. So what better time to make five bold predictions […]

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Lukas Reichel

Projected Blackhawks 2022-2023 Opening Night Lines

With the off-season coming to a blazing fast end, it’s time to take a look forward at what the 2022-2023 National Hockey League season will bring to the Chicago Blackhawks. With many new faces and heavy turnover on the roster, it shouldn’t be surprising that the lineup will look massively different from last season. So […]

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Kyle Davidson

Blackhawks: Is It Time To Hit The Panic Button On Kyle Davidson?

Conor Bedard. Kyle Davidson’s plan is clear, and it’s a TANK JOB. But is it time for Blackhawks fans to worry? Davidson had a fantastic trade deadline moving on from Brandon Hagel and getting a MASSIVE return, including two first-round draft picks. Unfortunately, this move overshadowed the choice not to trade Calvin De Haan. Instead, […]

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