The best wins in sports are always the first ever. You don’t know what you’re supposed to feel like when your favorite team gets the job done and you don’t know what’s to come when you have more in store. That is where the Washington Capitals are with their fans after last night’s 3-2 win […]

If you did not watch last Monday’s scintillating Stanley Cup Finals opener between Washington and Vegas, boy did you miss a lot. There were not only goals galore, but also so many lead changes, so much ludicrously pompous pageantry that only Las Vegas could pull off, and there was plenty of controversy to go along […]

Plain and simple, this wasn’t supposed to happen. The Washington Capitals have never scored more than two goals in a Game 7 since 1988. In fact, they always are at the raw end of the deal when it comes to officiating. Washington basically had to play a perfect game against arguably the most complete team […]

At a point of desperation, Washington usually finds a way to crumble. This is not the hockey team I’m talking about. Nor the baseball team. Nor the basketball team. Nor the football team. This is all walks of human existence that crumbles. Starting from Fulton, Maryland going and going down to Richmond with all points […]

So the greatest story in the NHL continues their ride towards the unthinkable after closing the Western Conference Finals last night. Vegas defeated a budding, and more favored Winnipeg team, in their own building and imposed their will more often than not in their five games against them to advance to the Stanley Cup Final. […]

You just knew it was a bad omen when thunderstorms were rolling into the Nations Capital before the hockey team returned home to play their first set of Conference Finals games in 20 years. And when Tampa came to play, there was no denying that they were going to prove that the first two games […]

Welp, that game wasn’t any boring at all. Last night’s game in Las Vegas was everything you could have hoped for and more. You had a shocking goal within the first minute of the game. You had Marc-Andre Fleury being peak Marc-Andre Fleury. You had Mark Scheifele being a Conn-Smythe contender and a failure to […]