Tuesday, May 26, 2020
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Caps Hold Off Knights To Even Stanley Cup Final

Braden Holtby made 37 saves, Alex Ovechkin scored a power-play goal and Lars Eller added a goal and two assists in the Capitals' 3-2 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights in Game 2 on Wednesday night.

Golden Knights Outlast Caps 6-4 In Final Opener

In a single nine-minute stretch of the third period, the Washington Capitals dramatically took the lead before the Vegas Golden Knights replied with two goals of their own. Washington's Tom Wilson also flattened Vegas forward Jonathan Marchessault with a blindside hit that could reverberate through the Stanley Cup Final.

How the Capitals Beat the Lightning

There’s not much sense recapping the game bit by bit. Sports Talk Florida is not that kind of cruel. It’s better instead to try and answer the question on so many Lightning fans’ faces: How?  

Game Seven Thoughts

The Lightning have been at it since early October, but everything comes down to Wednesday night's game seven.  The Eastern Conference Finals are tied at three games apiece, and Tampa Bay is buzzing with excitement.

Capitals Outshine Lightning, Force Game 7

The history of the Washington Capitals is filled with painful elimination games on home ice. From the 1980's until last season, the Capitals have created new and painful ways to lose important games

Lightning Make Every Second Count

Just 19 seconds into the game, the Tampa Bay Lightning scored to take the lead. With just 11 seconds remaining in the game, Andrei Vasilevskiy made a ranging save of a John Carlson shot that could have tied the game. Talk about end-to-end hockey.

Lightning Escape DC With Series Equalizer

Andrei Vasilevskiy had what might be the best game of his young career on Thursday night to lead the Tampa Bay Lightning to a victory to even the Eastern Conference Finals.

Bolts’ Confidence Built Road Tripping

Road sites in the National Hockey League are famed for harsh welcomes to the visitors. However, you would not guess that watching the Eastern Conference Finals. The Washington Capitals lead the Tampa Bay Lightning two games to one and the road team has won every game played to this point.

Caps Fans Grab Some Of Their Teams Swagger Going Into Game...

Tonight the Tampa Bay Lighting will come to Washington down two games to none in hopes of getting back on track. Meanwhile, The Capital One Center will “Rocking the Red,” like never before in hopes of inspiring the home team to close things out this week without returning to the Bay Area.

Through Two Games, Lightning Overpowered In Eastern Conference Final

For the vast majority of the first two periods Sunday night, the Tampa Bay Lightning looked like they’d made some clear adjustments to the Washington Capitals based on their game one loss. In the final 1:02 of the second period, it started to unravel.