Caps Today, 2/13/13Posted on February 13, 2013 by Ben Guerrero
The Washington Capitals kicked off a three-game road trip last night with a 6-5 overtime win in Florida. The victory was Washington’s first road win of the season and the team’s first overtime victory as well.
Several players had multi-point games, including Mike Ribeiro (1g-2a), Alex Ovechkin (1g-1a), Eric Fehr (1g-1a), Nicklas Backstrom (2a) and Joel Ward (2a). The Capitals power play continued its streak, going 2-3 with the man advantage and pushing Washington’s streak of games with a power-play goal to five consecutive contests.
Today, 4:30 p.m.: Alan May on The Sports Reporters, ESPN 980 AM
Tomorrow, 8:45 a.m.: Brooks Laich on The Sports Junkies, FAN 106.7 FM
Tomorrow, 6:15 p.m.: John Walton on LaVar and Dukes, FAN 106.7 FM
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Caps365: Adam Oates Postgame 2/12/13 / Caps Postgame Locker Room 2/12/13 / Troy Brouwer Postgame 2/12/13 / Two Man Advantage 2/12/13 /Jason Chimera 2/12/13 / Nicklas Backstrom 2/12/13 / Troy Brouwer 2/12/13 / Adam Oates 2/12/13
Capitals Voice: Your Capitals Minute For Wednesday, February 13 / Have Mercy! Caps Rally From Two Down Late To Win 6-5 At Florida, Hear The Goals Here / Alzner and Hendricks Score, But Caps Still Trail By One Heading To The Third / Ribeiro Scores In The First, But Capitals Trail 2-1 After One / Chatting With Adam Oates, As Road Trip Begins In South Florida
Washington Post: Capitals vs. Panthers: Troy Brouwer gives Washington 6-5 win in OT after Alex Ovechkin ties it / Capitals Insider: More on the Capitals’ comeback against Florida / Capitals Insider: Panthers looking for redemption against Caps / Capitals Insider: Marcus Johansson scratched against Panthers, Mathieu Perreault and John Erskine back in / Capitals Insider: Mathieu Perreault looking to build off of strong outing against Panthers
Washington Times: Mike Ribeiro earns more than passing grade early in Capitals tenure / Capitals Watch: Morning After Analysis: Capitals 6, Panthers 5 (OT) / Capitals Watch: Capitals steal two points from Panthers with overtime victory / Capitals Watch: Panthers looking for ‘redemption’ against Capitals / Capitals Watch: Idolized by Jonathan Huberdeau, Mike Ribeiro feels old / Capitals Watch: Florida Panthers benefit from Alex Kovalev’s experience / Capitals Watch: Capitals morning skate at Panthers: If it ain’t broke… / Capitals Watch: Centering two righties was all it took for Mathieu Perreault
CSN Washington: Inside the Caps’ 6-5 win in Sunrise / Joe B.’s Blog: A game of highs and lows / Opportunity knocks for Perreault, Fehr / Theodore to Ribeiro: ‘He told me I’d like it here’ / Alan May visits Thurgood Marshall Elementary to expose young students to hockey
Associated Press: Brouwer’s OT goal lifts Capitals over Panthers
NBC Washington: In Comeback Victory, Capitals Flip Script On Disappointing Start
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