There are a lot of reasons the Capitals arrived in Newark on Friday feeling a lot better about themselves than when they left Washington on Wednesday.
The biggest is Braden Hotlby.
It’s Friday and there are 19 shopping days left before Christmas, but don’t let that distract us from diving into our Penn Quarter Sports Tavern Friday six-pack of questions, where we try to keep
A little more than a week ago, the Capitals’ penalty killing units were practically invincible, humming along with 14 consecutive kills over a six-game stretch to improve to 13th in the NHL.
On Friday morning, when the Capitals wake up in Newark for Saturday night’s game against the New Jersey Devils, they will, quite literally, have cameras in their faces.