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    Brendan Witt Lapel Pin

    The Caps once gave away a Brendan Witt lapel pin.

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    Photos: Leap Towards a Cure 2016

    Here are photos of the Leap Towards a Cure hockey tournament and community festival this past weekend at the Gardens Ice House in Laurel.

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    Photos: Red Rockers Final Auditions!

    Erin with the 2016-17 Red Rockers. (Photos courtesy Washington Capitals Photography) This past Saturday, the Washington Capitals announced their 2016-17 Red Rockers. Here are some of the best photos that came out of...

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    Photos: Red Rocker Auditions

    This past Saturday, the Washington Capitals held their annual Red Rocker tryouts. Here are some of the best photos that came out of the first day of auditions, courtesy Washington Capitals...

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    Goodbye Jason Chimera. We Love You.

    After seven seasons in Washington, unrestricted free agent Jason Chimera signed with the New York Islanders.

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    Capitals Alumni Exhibition Jersey Auction

    Jerseys from the Caps alumni game will be auctioned off, with proceeds going to Pedal For Hope, the charity of choice for John Druce, who lost his daughter, Courtney, to cancer...

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    An Emmy for Laughlin, Koken and Beninati

    Comcast SportsNet's Craig Laughlin, Joe Beninati and Al Koken received an Emmy award for 'Sporting Event/Game/ - Live Unedited - Capitals Game 7 Win on Saturday.

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    Braden Holtby Wins Yvon Labre Award

    Caps fans vote for goaltender Braden Holtby as their favorite player in 2015-16.

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    Congratulations, Eric Fehr

    Former Cap Eric Fehr won a championship and deserves one. Unfortunately it came with the Caps' arch-nemesis.

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    Gordie Howe vs. the Capitals

    Gordie Howe played the Caps four times in his legendary career, all in his final season.

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