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Graham McPhee commits to same college coach as his dad
George McPhee's son, Graham, commits to play for Boston College under Coach Jerry York, who coached the Caps GM three decades ago at Bowling Green.
By Barry Svrluga|George McPhee|4 hours ago
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Caps switch up lines
Wilson staying with Caps
Caps' woes rooted in defensive play
Holtby's 'huge' save against Oilers
Capitals re-sign Jason Chimera through 2016
Washington re-signs 34-year-old forward to a two-year extension through the 2016 season that will pay him $2 million a year.
By Chelsea Janes|Jason Chimera|5 hours ago
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West coast trip brings challenges, old friends
The Capitals will need every ounce of the confidence gained from Thursday's gutsy win against the Wild when they head west this weekend.
By Chelsea Janes|Capitals Insider|6 hours ago
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Capitals take randomness out of the shootout
The Capitals are now 4-0 in shootouts this season -- and perfect in the Adam Oates era.
By Barry Svrluga|Adam Oates|10 hours ago
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Open thread: Capitals vs. Wild
Discuss the game as the Capitals host the Minnesota Wild Thursday night.
By Barry Svrluga|Open thread|November 7
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The Capitals’ young fourth line
Coach Adam Oates hasn't hesitated to sit veterans for what he believes is an increasingly reliable, though inexperienced, combination.
By Chelsea Janes|Line combinations|November 7
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Marcus Johansson settling in at center
It'd been a while since Marcus Johansson had lit the lamp in an NHL game that counted before he scored against the Islanders Tuesday.
By Chelsea Janes|Marcus Johansson|November 7
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Capitals taking too many penalties
The Capitals have the league's top penalty killing unit, but that also means they've had a lot of penalties to kill.
By Chelsea Janes|penalties|November 7
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Alex Ovechkin thinks rookie hazing is ‘stupid’
Alex Ovechkin and Adam Oates think serious rookie hazing has no place in the NHL.
By Barry Svrluga|Capitals Insider|November 6
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Eric Fehr on being the odd man out: ‘It’s not easy to take’
Veteran forward Eric Fehr is the odd man out of the Capitals' new-look lines, and after they clicked in a 6-2 win Tuesday, he could find himself on the outside looking in for the foreseeable future.
By Chelsea Janes|Eric Fehr|November 6
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