Caps Today, 5/17/13Posted on May 17, 2013 by Ben Guerrero
Monumental Network: Monumental Today 5/16/13 / Press Row 5/16/13
Washington Post: With coach and system stabilized, Washington Capitals can focus on shaping roster / Capitals Insider: Capitals head into offseason with coaching stability / Capitals Insider: Alex Ovechkin played with fractured left foot in Games 6, 7 against Rangers, source says / Capitals Insider: Alex Ovechkin, Russia eliminated from World Championship / Kids Post: Do the Capitals need more luck?
Washington Times: Overhaul doesn't appear necessary a Capitals enter offseason / Alex Ovechkin played with broken foot in Games 6, 7 / Harris: Capitals’ offseason task: Find Alex Ovechkin a worthy wingman / Capitals Watch: Groin injury made for a trying season Brooks Laich / Capitals Watch: Is Tom Wilson ready to be a regular for Capitals?
Associated Press: Capitals say Alex Ovechkin got hairline fracture in left foot during Game 6 against Rangers / U.S. dominates Alex Ovechkin, Russia in world championships / Alex Ovechkin heads to worlds to help Russia defend title
Hockey News: THN/Yahoo! NHL Awards: Best shootout shooter, best shootout goalie (Alex Ovechkin mentioned)
NBCWashington.com: Capitals Face Interesting Offseason with Several Notable Free Agents
Sporting News: Alex Ovechkin fractured foot blocking shot against Rangers
Sports Illustrated: Report: Alex Ovechkin played Games 6 & 7 with broken foot
WRC-TV NBC 4: What’s Next for the Caps?Reading Eagle: Welcome back: Wellar a positive force for Royals
Ted’s Take: Groupon on CNBC / Bradley Beal to Rep Wizards at NBA Draft Lottery / Caps Post Playoff Pixels / The Dark Side
Japers’ Rink: The Losingest Losers That Ever Lost. Or Not.
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The Washington Capitals ECHL affiliate, the Reading Royals, won the Eastern Conference championship on Saturday, defeating Cincinnati 3-1 in Game 5 of the best-of-seven series. With the win the Royals captured the E.A. ‘Bud’ Gingher Memorial Trophy, as the Eastern Conference Playoff Champions, and will make their first Kelly Cup final appearance in franchise history.