Notes and observations from the loss in Detroit.
A recent hit that resulted in an untimely penalty reminded the Capitals' rookie that his presence will bring scrutiny from officials.
Notes and observations from Friday's loss in New Jersey.
Every Capital made mistakes Friday night, but the rookie winger's was particularly damaging.
The Capitals have the league's top penalty killing unit, but that also means they've had a lot of penalties to kill.
General Manager George McPhee discusses the officiating in the Capitals' first-round series against New York. John Tortorella criticizes Capitals for "whining."
Unsportsmanlike-conduct penalties aren't a new phenomenon for the Capitals this season, but it's definitely something they can avoid.
In a third period filled with Capitals penalties, one was particularly strange.
The Caps' high number of penalties indicates desperate and frantic play after system breakdowns.
Coach Adam Oates saw penalties throw the Capitals off kilter again early against the Rangers.