NEW YORK In the final month of the regular season, when the Capitals needed him most, Alexander Semin was at his best with 10 points and a plus-3 rating in his final nine games.
NEW YORK -- To some players, Sunday mornings practice at Madison Square Garden was no different than any other.
Not to say media members who have watched the Capitals play four times know anything more than those who watched them play 82, but looking through playoff previews from the Boston side of things pr
Nicklas Backstrom usually takes a pre-game nap and wakes up refreshed and ready for his drive to the Verizon Center.
At this time of year, every game seems to swing back-n-forth; one minute one club has the momentum, the next minute its gone from them.