News and notes as the Capitals [23-21-8, 54 points] visit the Sabres [14-30-7, 35 points] at First Niagara Arena tonight in Buffalo [7:30 p.m., NBCSN]:
From the looks of today’s morning skates in Buffalo, the Capitals may not have to face goaltender Ryan Miller when they visit the Buffalo Sabres tonight in First Niagara Center [7:30 p.m., NBCSN].
Throughout most of this season, opposing teams carried this mantra into their games against Washington: Stop the Capitals on the power play, and you stop the Capitals.
With Mikhail Grabovski expected to miss his second straight game on Tuesday with an injury that is preventing him from getting his left foot into his skate, the Capitals shuffled their forward lin
The Capitals granted a wish for young Braden Nienaber, bringing him into the team for a day. What did he do with his new-found power? He threw a Sabres player out of the circle.