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March 12, 1996
Opponent: Vancouver CanucksSite: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7: 30TV/Radio: HTS/WWLG (1360 AM), WTEM (570 AM)Outlook: The Capitals have lost two straight. Vancouver is the fifth-place team in the Western Conference. The teams played to a 4-4 tie in Vancouver on Feb. 10. This will be Vancouver's first visit to USAir Arena since Nov. 5, 1993. The Caps will be without D Brendan Witt (broken wrist) and D Ken Klee (groin). Vancouver C Mike Ridley (sore back) is sidelined indefinitely, and RW Pavel Bure (torn knee ligament)
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | November 16, 2001
PHILADELPHIA - The Washington Capitals, who have prided themselves on defense for at least two decades, came into last night's game against the Philadelphia Flyers ranked No. 29 among 30 teams in goals-against average. They came in off one of the most humiliating losses in team history, giving up 11 goals in a loss to the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night. They came in hoping to show the Flyers and themselves that they could rebound from such ignoble performances. Instead, the Flyers played the Capitals as if they were a cheap pinball machine in a penny arcade and dealt Washington its seventh loss in nine games, 5-0. It was the fourth time Washington has been shut out this season.
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By Sandra McKee | April 6, 1996
The Washington Capitals learned yesterday that defenseman Calle Johansson could be out up to five weeks with a fractured right wrist.Johansson was injured in a fall near the end of the Capitals' 4-2 loss at Pittsburgh on Thursday. He joins defensemen Brendan Witt (broken wrist) and Ken Klee (groin) and forwards Steve Konowalchuk (broken thumb), Keith Jones (groin) and Craig Berube (knee) on the injured list.The good news for the Caps was that X-rays of defenseman Joe Reekie's left foot showed only a bruise.
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By Sandra McKee | April 6, 1996
The Washington Capitals learned yesterday that defenseman Calle Johansson could be out up to five weeks with a fractured right wrist.Johansson was injured in a fall near the end of the Capitals' 4-2 loss at Pittsburgh on Thursday. He joins defensemen Brendan Witt (broken wrist) and Ken Klee (groin) and forwards Steve Konowalchuk (broken thumb), Keith Jones (groin) and Craig Berube (knee) on the injured list.The good news for the Caps was that X-rays of defenseman Joe Reekie's left foot showed only a bruise.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | February 2, 1995
Rick Tabaracci had a rag and was shining his new helmet, the one he'll get to wear tonight when he starts in goal for the Washington Capitals."I've waited so long," said Tabaracci, who is getting his first start of the season. "Training camp, the lockout, then I came so close to playing in Quebec and broke my finger. But now everything is good. My finger is healed. The last couple of days I've been able to handle the stick and make the rebounds."Capitals coach Jim Schoenfeld gave his standard response when asked why he has decided to start Tabaracci tonight over Olie Kolzig, who has played well in each game so far this season despite the team's 1-3-1 record.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | December 29, 1995
MIAMI -- The Washington Capitals showed their resilience in the third period last night, when they turned what appeared to be a sure defeat into a surprising victory over the first-place Florida Panthers.With Florida leading by two goals with less than 8:30 to play, the Capitals scored three consecutive goals by Ken Klee, Sergei Gonchar and Pat Peake to take a 5-4 victory.Peake's game-winner with 3:34 to play was his eighth goal of the season, but his first at even strength.It gave a big win to Washington, which beat the Panthers for the first time in three tries this season.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | November 16, 2001
PHILADELPHIA - The Washington Capitals, who have prided themselves on defense for at least two decades, came into last night's game against the Philadelphia Flyers ranked No. 29 among 30 teams in goals-against average. They came in off one of the most humiliating losses in team history, giving up 11 goals in a loss to the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night. They came in hoping to show the Flyers and themselves that they could rebound from such ignoble performances. Instead, the Flyers played the Capitals as if they were a cheap pinball machine in a penny arcade and dealt Washington its seventh loss in nine games, 5-0. It was the fourth time Washington has been shut out this season.
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March 26, 1996
Opponent: New York IslandersSite: Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, N.Y.Time: 7: 30TV/Radio: NoneOutlook: The Capitals are ninth in the Eastern Conference, one spot out of a playoff berth. Hurt all season by injuries, the Islanders have lost five straight. The Capitals are 3-1 against them, but each game has been close. In their last meeting, Feb. 3, the Caps needed overtime to win, 6-5. Washington is 0-1-2 in its past three games. Capitals LW Keith Jones (groin), LW Craig Berube (torn knee ligaments)
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | December 29, 1995
MIAMI -- The Washington Capitals showed their resilience in the third period last night, when they turned what appeared to be a sure defeat into a surprising victory over the first-place Florida Panthers.With Florida leading by two goals with less than 8:30 to play, the Capitals scored three consecutive goals by Ken Klee, Sergei Gonchar and Pat Peake to take a 5-4 victory.Peake's game-winner with 3:34 to play was his eighth goal of the season, but his first at even strength.It gave a big win to Washington, which beat the Panthers for the first time in three tries this season.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | February 2, 1995
Rick Tabaracci had a rag and was shining his new helmet, the one he'll get to wear tonight when he starts in goal for the Washington Capitals."I've waited so long," said Tabaracci, who is getting his first start of the season. "Training camp, the lockout, then I came so close to playing in Quebec and broke my finger. But now everything is good. My finger is healed. The last couple of days I've been able to handle the stick and make the rebounds."Capitals coach Jim Schoenfeld gave his standard response when asked why he has decided to start Tabaracci tonight over Olie Kolzig, who has played well in each game so far this season despite the team's 1-3-1 record.
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