Caps Today, 2/15/13Posted on February 15, 2013
The Washington Capitals will be off today and return to practice on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at Kettler Capitals Iceplex.
Washington earned a 4-3 victory last night to extend its season-long winning streak to three games. Eric Fehr scored two goals last night at Tampa Bay and now has three goals and two assists in his last three games. It was Fehr's first two-goal game since March 9, 2011, and the fourth two-goal game of his career. Mathieu Perreault recorded the first three-assist game of his NHL career and tied his career high for points in a single game (three).
Must Read/See/Hear Material
Capitals Voice: Your Capitals Minute for Friday, February 15 / Caps Win 4-3 At Tampa Bay, Hear The 3rd Period Goals and Final Moments Here / Fehr Skies In Tampa Tonight, As Capitals Lead 2-1 After 40 Minutes / Brouwer Scores His Team-Leading Seventh, Caps and Tampa Tied At 1-1 After One
Washington Post: Capitals vs. Lightning: Eric Fehr scores twice as Washington wins third straight, 4-3 / Capitals Insider: Braden Holtby, Capitals hang on for third straight win / Capitals Insider: Open Thread: Capitals at Lightning / Capitals Insider: Capitals discuss Kevlar socks in wake of injury to Senators' Erik Karlsson / Capitals Insider: Braden Holtby to make third consecutive start for Capitals
Washington Times: Capitals let up but don't melt down, hang on to beat Lightning / Capitals Watch: The ballad of Braden Holtby / Capitals Watch: Morning After Analysis: Capitals 4, Lightning 3 / Capitals Watch: What happened to the Lightning? / Capitals Watch: Erik Karlsson's torn Achilles & Matt Hendricks' skate blade story / Capitals Watch: Lightning's inconsistency is an issue of 'perception' / Capitals notes: Erik Karlsson injury has players pondering safety / Capitals Watch: Adam Oates relying on Jason Chimera to bounce back / Capitals Watch: Erik Karlsson's Achilles tendon cut could prompt change / Capitals Watch: Capitals morning skate: Option at the Forum / Capitals Watch: Scoring goals a rarity for Capitals defenseman Karl Alzner
Washington Examiner: Caps 4, Lightning 3: Five Observations
Associated Press: Capitals take down Tampa BayTed's Take: Hockey Weekend Across America / D.C. Red Out / Cupid, Cruise and The Key To Reel Romance / Get Well / 0 For 3 Against The Pistons / Lady Gaga Concert Cancelled / Linkage For Caps and Lightning
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