Caps v. Sabres (Nutshell Edition)

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Posted March 28, 2012

The Caps lost to the Sabres 5-1 tonight, in what was possibly the most important game of the regular season.

The significance is open for debate (weird things could still happen over the 5 remaining games).  So are the specific reasons why they lost.  Lack of connection on their passes, lack of motivation, a bizarre need to act like lemmings and bunch up whenever everyone was in the same zone?

Such analysis requires effort, and let’s be honest: it was a Tuesday night game.  So for those who don’t want to have to think too hard, are sick of the whole mess, or would just like a convenient target for their frustrations over the night’s loss, we at Capitals Outsider have thoughtfully provided one for you:

Evil Ryan Miller. (Photoshop by Taylor Lewis, original source photo by M. Richter)

You’re welcome.

M. Richter

M. Richter

Associate Editor at Capitals Outsider
Em is a fan of hockey first and individual teams second, with geographical ties that cross the NHL. She was born in the Midwest, raised along the East Coast, and graduated from a university in Western Canada. A firm believer in context above all else, and a card-carrying on-ice official with USA Hockey, she splits her time between the big picture and the details. When not covering the AHL and ECHL for Caps Outsider, her photography can be found on Behance and Flickr. She also occasionally chimes in about the Hershey Bears on the Power Play Post Show.
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