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Sports Park: Capitals Fortnightly Report Card — 3/28/16-4/10/16

Sports Park: Capitals Fortnightly Report Card — 3/28/16-4/10/16

Washington Capitals Report Card


Fortnightly Record: 3-2-3 (9 pts)
Overall: 56-18-9 (120 pts)

Finally. The Washington Capitals get to start their Stanley Cup run.

It couldn’t have come at a better time, as the Caps have been slogging along over the last couple weeks, after clinching the best record in the entire NHL. They lost three games in a row for the first time all year. They did give key players some rest in the last game, a 2-0 loss to the Ducks.

The Caps finished with the most wins in a single season in their history.

Alex Ovechkin just reached the 50 goal milestone (his seventh time!), with an incredible hat-trick against St. Louis on Saturday. He wanted it.

Now the playoffs. It’s time to ratchet the energy level back up to mid-season form when they couldn’t lose to anyone. You know expectations are at an all time high.

The Caps play the Philadelphia Flyers in the first round.

Game #1 starts here in DC, at the Verizon Center, on Thursday, April 14. Then Game #2 is here on Saturday, April 16.


Get your tickets to the games here.

Go Caps!


March 28, 2016: Blue Jackets at Capitals – Win (4-1)

March 30, 2016: Capitals at Flyers – Loss (1-2 SO)

April 1, 2016: Capitals at Avalanche – Win (4-2)

April 2, 2016: Capitals at Coyotes – Loss (0-3)

April 5, 2016: Islanders at Capitals – Loss (3-4 OT)

April 7, 2016: Penguins at Capitals – Loss (3-4 OT)

April 9, 2016: Capitals at Blues – Win (5-1)

April 10, 2016: Ducks at Capitals – Loss (0-2)


March 28-April 10 Fortnightly Report Card: C


2015-2016 Fortnightly Report Card Archive


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