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Dare we say…he's been a Holt-BEAST during the #StanleyCup Playoffs.

The @Capitals goalie is our player to watch going into the Final, presented by @hulu…

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History Awaits At The Stanley Cup Finals

A NOTE TO READERS: On Sports and Life will be traveling on Sunday, so the next post will be delayed until Monday. As always, thank you for your loyalty and support, and may everyone have a safe and enjoyable Memorial Day weekend. 1,332 more words


CAPITAL PUNISHMENT: Caps beat Lightning to advance to Stanley Cup Finals

As a former resident of the D.C. area, I understand the year-long disappointments and failures of the D.C. sports community. From the Redskins having a glimpse of hope every 5 years then out of the first round to the Nationals crushing the competition in the NL East with World Series hopes, but eliminated and sent home after the divisional round. 633 more words


Capitals' Braden Holtby to emotional Alex Ovechkin: 'You're doing great, babe'

Here’s a great hockey bromance moment after the Washington Capitals clinched a Stanley Cup Final berth: Alex Ovechkin was asked about his emotions and struggled to find the words to describe them. 71 more words


Washington Capitals vs Vegas Golden Knights 2018 Stanley Cup Final preview

It seems as if this match up was not so much a shock for every fan out there as I had a few people say they called this match up, and for those that did. 1,547 more words


Capitals: Washington Drops Tampa in Game Seven, Advances to Cup Final

The Washington Capitals have eliminated the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Eastern Conference Final and will challenge the Vegas Golden Knights for the Stanley Cup. 317 more words


Caps By The Numbers: Burakovsky's Pair Lifts Caps to Stanley Cup Final

After Alex Ovechkin scored 1:02 into the game, the Tampa Bay Lightning tried like hell to even up the game and take the lead. However, with the Caps setting up a wall in front of Braden Holtby and two Andre Burakovsky goals– the Washington Capitals will go back to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 1998. 318 more words