Washington Capitals

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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.

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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

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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.

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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.

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They have not won back-to-back games in regulation all season.

Their penalty killing has fallen from 13th in the NHL to 29th – in one week.

They are 10-10-4 after 24 games.

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