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Laughlin: Caps' negative trend 'getting concerning to me'
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Chris Lingebach
February 13, 2020 - 6:52 pm
The Capitals' play over their last 20 games is becoming a concern to analyst Craig Laughlin, who warns that longer trends are harder to break. Listen as Laughlin dissects the problems in their game and how the Caps can right the ship.
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Hagelin: Once Ovi starts smelling blood, it's 'game over'
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Chris Lingebach
February 10, 2020 - 9:01 pm
Perhaps no one is more uniquely qualified than Carl Hagelin to give a then-and-now perspective on what it's like playing against Alex Ovechkin vs. having him as a teammate. Which makes Hagelin's conversion into an Ovi supporter – and this quote – that much sweeter for Capitals fans.
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Braden Holtby continues his downward slide
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Chris Lingebach
February 10, 2020 - 7:14 pm
The Capitals are being patient with Braden Holtby, but the championship-caliber goalie isn't make a strong case for himself to remain the starter in net. As Holtby continues to struggle to find his form, rookie Ilya Samsonov remains rock-steady.
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Capitals approaching crossroads between Holtby, Samsonov
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Chris Lingebach
February 07, 2020 - 7:02 pm
There are no easy answers for the complicated riddle facing Capitals coach Todd Reirden. As Braden Holtby has struggled all season, rookie goaltender Ilya Samsonov has remained stellar. Soon, Reirden must make a choice, and it will determine the result of their entire season. Here's the nuance that...
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How Evgeny Kuznetsov can become a 100-point player
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Chris Lingebach
February 02, 2020 - 10:28 am
Evgeny Kuznetsov topped out with a career-best 83 points the year the Capitals won the Stanley Cup. If they want to get back, Kuznetsov will have to continue to grow his game. Good news is, there's still another level for him to reach, and he may be getting close, Craig Laughlin tells 106.7 The Fan.
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