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Capitals Charge Into the Playoffs

The Washington Capitals, who had an NHL-worst 6-14-1 record on Nov. 22, rally to win their final seven games, capturing the Southeast Division championship and the third seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.

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World's Capitals
Article | It's no surprise that Alex Ovechkin and the Capitals have captivated local sports fans with their improbable run to the playoffs, but the amount of attention they are receiving around the world is surprising.
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To Keep Going, Caps Count On Huet for Stops
Article | Several Capitals have been lauded for raising their game during the team's improbable surge, but it could be argued that no player has been more important than goaltender Cristobal Huet.
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Mike Wise: The Star Comes Out to Play
Article | While Capitals' fans will roar with approval for Alex Ovechkin once the playoffs begin, but another Russian golden boy of old, Sergei Fedorov, will play his part, too.

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