Below are interviews from Washington Capitals Alex Ovechkin, Michal Neuvirth, Troy Brouwer, Mike Knuble, Marcus Johansson, and Dale Hunter following the team’s 4-1 win over the Nashville Predators.
Tags: Alex Semin, Anders Lindback, Dale Hunter, David Legwand, Dennis Wideman, Dmitry Orlov, Jason Chimera, John Carlson, Karl Alzner, Marcus Johansson, Matt Hendricks, Michal Neuvirth, Mike Knuble, Nashville Predators, Nicklas Backstrom, Roman Hamrlik, Roman Josi, Sergei Kostitsyn, Troy Brouwer
The Capitals enter tonight’s contest seeking their seventh straight win following a victory over the Atlanta Thrashers last night. The team, especially Alexander Ovechkin, is on a tear and has brought about this winning streak with their continued offensive power and improved defense. Against Atlanta, Ovechkin tied an NHL record with six multi-goal games in one month. In 12 games, Ovechkin has 13 goals and 22 points, both tops in the NHL. Over the past week and a half, the team has also received positive contributions from young call-ups Keith Aucoin and Alexandre Giroux, which is a great sign for a team already stacked with veteran star power. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: Alexander Ovechkin, Alexandre Giroux, Atlanta Thrashers, Brendan Witt, Bruce Boudreau, Frans Nielson, John Tavares, Keith Aucoin, Kris Beech, Mark Streit, Nashville Predators, Nassau Coliseum, Semyon Varlomov, Tom Poti, Tomas Fleischmann, Verizon Center, Washington Capitals
Tuesday Night’s tilt in Nashville felt more like Tuesday Night at the Fights. The old adage my Grandfather used to use when we’d leave the Capital Center after a Caps-Flyers contest was fitting: “I went to a fight and a hockey game broke out.” Aside from the fights though, this game was a tough fought, tight match until Sergei Federov scored the 15th overtime game winner of his illustrious career – tied with Patrick Elias, Jaromir Jagr and Mats Sundin for the all-time lead in that category – giving the embattled Capitals a much needed win. The victory snapped a four-game losing streak, the first of Bruce Boudreau’s young NHL career. Read the rest of this entry »