Tag Archives: Pittsburgh Penguins

What do you mean the Capitals – Penguins rivalry is waning?

Capitals vs. Penguins: A rivalry with a big missing piece in Sidney Crosby – The Post Penguins talk about a cooling Ovechkin-Crosby rivalry – Capitals Insider, The Post To paraphrase one co-worker: “I believe as a matter of basic theology that every time the Penguins lose, an angel gets its wings.” Maybe the Pittsburgh Penguins

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Caps: Reactions to NHL relaignment from rival fans

The NHL’s decision to realign into 4 conferences with the Washington Capitals being placed into a conference with former Patrick Division rivals was welcomed enthusiastically by D.C. fans like me. Being assigned into the same conference as the New Jersey Devils, New York Rangers, New York Islanders, Philadelphia Flyers, and Pittsburgh Penguins is something Caps

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NHL realignment will put Capitals where they need to be

Governors adopt radical realignment plan – NHL.com I think I speak for all Washington Capitals fans when I say “our long National (Hockey League) nightmare is over.” Well, it will be next season. A realignment of the NHL has been adopted and as a result, the Capitals will be grouped with their old Patrick Division

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Washington Capitals 3 PITTSBURGH PENGUINS 2 (OT)

Dear Washington Capitals, if you start playing a full three periods, you may not have to play an extra one. Caps outshot in Pittsburgh 41-19, still win. They gave up a point they didn’t have to though. The Caps were lethargic in the first and third periods, they were lucky the Penguins didn’t put them

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