CAPITALS REPORT

Sunday, March 1, 2009

The Next Three

TimeOpponentTV
Today3 p.m.vs. Florida CSN
Tuesday7 p.m.vs. Carolina CSN
Thursday7 p.m.vs. Toronto CSN

ALL GAMES ON WFED (820 AM, 1500 AM)

QUOTABLE

"As a goalie, looking at the puck, it went back up. I know it doesn't look good, but it's a tough play. It's not a good feeling for a goalie."

Capitals G José Theodore, on Alexander Semin's game-winner.

BY THE NUMBERS

15

Consecutive games in which the Capitals have scored in the first period. The franchise record is 18 straight, set in 1988-89.

PERSONNEL DEPT.

Michael Nylander was scratched in consecutive games for the first time this season. The veteran center has one assist in his past eight games and has been scratched a total of six times. D Staffan Kronwall was also scratched.


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