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Tomas Vokoun shutout [url=panthers.nhl.com]his former team[/url] Tuesday night, and the Capitals opened the season with 5 straight wins for the [url=http://www.cbssports.com/nhl/gametracker/recap/NHL_20111018_FLA@WAS/capitals-blank-panthers-move-to-franchise-best-50]first time in franchise history.[/url] The Caps 3-0 win came on a power-play goal from Marcus Johansson, a laser-guided wrister from Alex Semin, and a long-distance, empty net tally from current (and very surprising) goal leader Jason
[url=http://sports.yahoo.com/nhl/players/4704/career;_ylt=Apo8K6.SeQ93jdegVxUdDFJivLYF]Marcus Johansson[/url] was the first overall pick for the Capitals in the 2009 draft, and played as a first-year rookie in 2010. Johansson appeared in 69 games last season, tallying 13 goals, 14 assists for 27 points. He looked very impressive at times, and like a rookie at others, but the overall consensus was that [url=http://bleacherreport.com/articles/790255-washington-capitals-what-is-marcus-johansson-capable-of-in-2011-2012]2011-2012
I’ve decided I’d like to "occasionally" blog the Washington Capitals - Welcome to ‘Red All Over,’ the Washington Capitals as Lanky sees them. Enjoy!
The Washington Capitals enter the 2011-2012 season with perhaps the most pressure a D.C. team has ever felt to bring home a championship. The past three years have had the same theme - dominating regular season performances, followed by lackluster playoff performances and early exits. The Caps have not made it past