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Andreas Öhgren on Training Backstrom and Other NHL Players

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There’s one thing we know for sure, Nicklas Backstrom is training hard in the off-season. While back in his Sweden hometown, Gävle, Backstrom has been working under the supervision and guidance of personal trainer, Andreas Öhgren. 1,397 more words


Food writing tips, MasterChef, and restaurant recommendations

When it comes to food, Mike Green knows what he’s writing about. He has the expertise to back up his words: he traveled all over the world and worked in the food industry for fourteen years before getting his masters in journalism from University of British Columbia. 1,392 more words

Fantasy hockey stock report: NHL trade deadline edition

The NHL trade deadline has passed, and a couple of players now find themselves in a much better fantasy situation, while others move to contending teams but less playing time than their previous stop. 307 more words


With Green Gone, Dmitry Orlov and Nate Schmidt Have Thrived

When longtime Capital Mike Green departed (inevitably) in free agency this past summer, there was concern that youngsters Dmitry Orlov and Nate Schmidt, the presumed replacements, would have difficulty carrying a full season’s worth of work. 272 more words


Red Wings @ Capitals Stats And Lineups

It’s a somewhat special night in D.C. tonight, former Capital Mike Green returns to Washington for the first time since leaving via free agency after spending 10 seasons with the Caps. 226 more words

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Washington Capitals Daily Report (12-08-15)

The Washington Capitals return to Verizon Center tonight to host Mike Green and the Detroit Red Wings.  This is the final contest of the regular season between Washington and Detroit. 464 more words


Red Wings continue to have their way with Oilers at Joe Louis Arena

The Detroit Red Wings continued their dominance over the Oilers at Joe Louis Arena, beating them for the 10th straight time. They jumped to a 2-0 lead, held off a stubborn Oilers comeback when they tied it 2-2 and 3-3, then won it 4-3 in overtime on Niklas Kronwall’s goal on a 2-on-1 with Dylan Larkin. 519 more words

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