After splitting with the New York Rangers on the road, the Capitals returned to Verizon Center for Games 3 and 4 looking to take advantage of home ice.
NEW YORK -- If Alex Ovechkin plays the remainder of the Capitals’ second-round playoff series against the Rangers the way he played in Game 2, it might take an act of God to prevent him from makin
Caps vs. Rangers in the playoffs. Hmm, sounds familiar, doesn’t it? It should.
The Capitals and Rangers are no strangers to each other in the playoffs, having met three times in the past four years.