• Mike Green (Caps Outsider)

    It’s Not Easy Being Greenie

    Mike Green warming up before Thursday’s game against Carolina. (Caps Outsider) What’s the first thing that pops into your mind when you think of Caps’ defenseman, Mike Green? Defense? Offense? Injury?...

  • Brooks Laich, spring of 2012 (Photo Credit: M. Richter)

    What Will Become Of Brooks Laich?

    For now, the Caps are stuck with trying to rehabilitate Brooks Laich’s body, mind and spirit.

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    Introducing… Soberman

    Soberman, an anti-DUI superhero, is proud to carry the banner of the Checkpoint Strikeforce campaign at Caps games.

  • Alex Ovechkin  (Caps Outsider)

    ‘Twas the Game Before Christmas

    ‘Twas the game before Christmas, Caps versus Ducks, the crew was preparing the sticks and the pucks.

  • Volunteers from the Caps organization and the Salvation Army hand out commemorative Braden Holtby posters to fans giving toys for underserved kids.

    Caps Fans Give to Angel Tree Program

    Caps’ fans came to the Verizon Center Sunday afternoon to see the Caps play the Flyers, but they didn’t come empty handed. Fans arrived with unwrapped toys to benefit the Salvation...

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    Meet Red Rocker Danielle

    One standout this year on the Caps' spirit squad is rookie Red Rocker Danielle.

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    Oates “Mad at Some of the Older Guys”

    "We can't keep making the same mistakes. I'm really mad at some of the older guys. They have to help the young guys out."

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    Kids Day at Verizon Center

    Thousands of pint-sized puck fanatics descended on the Verizon Center Sunday to participate in Caps Kids Day. Tickets for the Caps vs. Blues game were specially discounted for Kids Club Members,...

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    Caps Fans Hang at Rockville Rink’s Grand Opening Party

    Hundreds of Caps fans came out Friday evening to attend the grand opening party for the outdoor ice rink at Rockville Town Square.

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    Educate Your Kids With Caps@School

    Calling all elementary school educators! Caps@School is a program designed to enhance learning in the elementary classroom by using the sport of hockey and the Washington Capitals as a way to...

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