I hate to point the blame at an individual for a team’s loss, but in this case I feel I must vent. Although the Caps gave up two different leads by allowing back-to-back goals twice, I must say that Tom Poti blew it for the Caps tonight.
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The Caps lost a tough one tonight 4-3, giving up a 1-0 lead and a 3-2 lead to fall to the New York Rangers. Marion Gaborik was able to get two open shots at Caps’ goalie Jose Theodore to score the final goals of the game. Find out how…
What a game last night between the Caps and Flyers. A combined seven goals in the 2nd period, two from Alex Ovechkin and three from Brad Richards, also including a NHL-record four assists in that same period by a defenseman, Matt Carle. This isn’t what was exciting me during last night’s broadcast, however. It was the ridiculous amount of predictions in-between periods and in the news this morning. This person will score this many goals, this team is in the top four in their conference, these guys are going to be in contention for the Cup. Here’s a newsflash for you…IT’S THREE GAMES INTO THE SEASON!!
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There’s been some great games so far this season, but I think the guys from “Strange Brew” could do a better job predicting the future of the 2009-10 NHL Season.
Saturday, October 3 2009 @ 7 PM @ Verizon Center
TV: CSN-DC, CBC (Canada) Radio: WJFK 106.7 FM
After opening the season with a commanding win over the Boston Bruins, Washington will host Toronto tonight in their home-opener.
Ovechkin and company look to take on the Eastern Conference with more experience and a chip on their shoulder. Is this their year?
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