COLUMN | The Washington Capitals started their 40th season with a new coach, new players and new hope, but still fell to the Montreal Canadiens, 2-1, in a shootout at Verizon Center.
Amid a hail of losses, embarrassing protocols and conflicting stories, fans can’t remember victors nor valiance.
After an embarrassing Saturday for the conference, Maryland’s move doesn’t look so bad.
A handful of costly mistakes cost the Midshipmen in their season opener against fifth-ranked Ohio State.
Pete Rose, Len Bias were great players, but they don’t deserve to be inducted into any Hall of Fames.
In returning to Cleveland, LeBron James distinguishes himself by accepting and issuing apologies.
But with his game in disarray and no permanent site, the future of his tournament is in doubt.
When six-figure college sports administrators claim harm in paying athletes, it’s hard not to laugh.
By making a play to hire Wayne Gretzky, the Capitals could gain the leadership and legitimacy they need.
Capitals will get the ‘fresh set of eyes’ Ted Leonsis wants, but they’ll see the same problems of past few seasons.