Place: 1st in the Southeast, 12 points ahead of the Panthers.
Last 2 Weeks: 3-3
The Caps may want to avoid any political holidays in the future, especially those involving the Senators. You know, the ones up in Ottawa.
Last night’s 3-2 loss was a tough one, as the Sens scored with less than two minutes remaining. The power play goal by Brendan Bell late in the third broke a Washington comeback and their three-game win streak as the NHL’s All Star break begins for the Caps.
Back on Election Night, Nov 4, the Caps faced Ottawa and lost then, too, in a 2-1 contest. Apparently, big political days and Caps hockey don’t mix. Continue reading