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Author: Toni Inglis

The Washington Capitals Unravel As Tampa Bay Lightning Emerge Victorious In Game Three.

The Washington Capitals unraveled on home ice in Game Three of the Eastern Conference final unable to muster the offence needed to top a flurry of offense from the Tampa Bay Lightning on home ice. Rather than take a commanding series lead, the Lightning narrowed the gap with a 4-2 win. Physical Presence Key In the First Period of Game Three. The first-period commenced as expected with the Capitals showing dominance. Battling hard along the board’s led to the majority seeing Caps come out on top. It created sustained offensive pressure and Precision passing in Tampa’s own zone giving 14-10 shots for the home team....

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Washington Capitals v Tampa Bay Lightning- Eastern Conference Final Series Preview

It has been a tough and exciting road for both teams leading into the Eastern Conference finals.  For the Washington Capitals, the journey has been a historic one, finally defeating their rivals the Pittsburgh Penguins and vanquishing the “second round curse”. For the Tampa Bay Lightning, although playoff success is nothing new, the Boston Bruins gave them pause for thought. This Ultimate battle for the east will commence Friday, May 11 at the Amalie Area. While we’re waiting let’s look at the third round series preview. All In The Scoring. When all is said and done it is pretty...

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Pittsburgh Penguins Zach Aston-Reese With Playoff Ending Injury

The Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Sullivan announced that rookie Zach Aston-Reese will be out the rest of the playoffs. Aston-Reese will require surgery after being injured in game three of the Penguins second-round series with the Washington Capitals. Coach Sullivan confirms that as a result of the Tom Wilson hit in the 2nd period, Zach Aston-Reese has a broken jaw that will require surgery as well as a concussion. — Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) May 2, 2018 Zach Aston-Reese Injured The injury occurred during Tuesday’s game against the rival Capitals. It was a high-intensity game for both teams, with the series tied at one...

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Washington Capitals Playoff Success: Do or Die in Pittsburgh

The Washington Capitals playoff runs never go smoothly. But this year they have a real chance to beat their long-standing playoff rivals the Pittsburgh Penguins, and at the same time finally, defeat the second round curse. However, to do this, the Capitals will have to iron out key issues on the ice, to bring home the win. Our wrap from 7th and F, as the series moves to Pittsburgh all tied at one apiece. — John Walton (@WaltonCaps) April 30, 2018 Washington Capitals Lack of Playoff Success The Capitals have yet to bring home the Stanley Cup back to Washington. It’s...

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