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December 30, 1995
Opponent: Hartford WhalersSite: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7:30Radio: WNAV (1430 AM)Outlook: The Capitals, 6-2 in their past eight games, are coming off a come-from-behind, 5-4 road victory over the Florida Panthers on Thursday night. Coach Jim Schoenfeld called it "our biggest win of the season." LW Kelly Miller is day-to-day as he continues to recover from a groin/stomach muscle strain. Stefan Ustorf (flu) and Brendan Witt (flu) are day-to-day. Hartford RW Steve Rice (shoulder surgery) is out, as is LW Andrei Nikolishin (lower back problems)
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February 29, 1996
Opponent: Florida PanthersSite: Miami ArenaTime: 7:30TV/Radio: Ch. 50/WWLG (1360 AM), WTEM (570 AM)Outlook: The Capitals (29-25-7) should be inspired from Tuesday's 5-3 comeback win over the Eastern Conference-leading Rangers. The Panthers lost back-to-back games last weekend, 4-0 to the Rangers and 6-1 at Buffalo. Either Olie Kolzig (4-7-1, 2.95 gaa) or Jim Carey (25-18-6, 2.55 GAA) will be in goal tonight. Washington D Brendan Witt (broken wrist), D Mark Tinordi (concussion) and C Stefan Ustorf (shoulder)
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By Sandra McKee | October 31, 1995
Capitals forward Pat Peake, who had seven points in Washington's first nine games, has been placed on the injured list and will be out for at least a month.Peake suffered a fractured thyroid cartilage of the throat Sunday night when he was slashed by St. Louis Blues defenseman Chris Pronger during a game the Capitals won, 3-1.No penalty was called on the play, but Washington general manager David Poile has sent a tape to Brian Burke, the NHL's vice president and director of hockey operations, and asked him to review the incident.
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By Sandra McKee | October 31, 1995
Capitals forward Pat Peake, who had seven points in Washington's first nine games, has been placed on the injured list and will be out for at least a month.Peake suffered a fractured thyroid cartilage of the throat Sunday night when he was slashed by St. Louis Blues defenseman Chris Pronger during a game the Capitals won, 3-1.No penalty was called on the play, but Washington general manager David Poile has sent a tape to Brian Burke, the NHL's vice president and director of hockey operations, and asked him to review the incident.
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