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Caps Tripped in the End

After a late-season surge puts the Capitals in the NHL's postseason for the first time in five years, the Flyers score a power-play goal in overtime of Game 7 to win the series.

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In Need of a Quick Fix
Article | Capitals Coach Bruce Boudreau cancels practice Monday and calls a series of meeting and video sessions in order to dissect Sunday's perplexing Game 2 loss.
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Sloppy Capitals Come Up Blank
Article | Goaltender Martin Biron makes 24 saves, many in spectacular fashion Sunday, as the Flyers beat the Capitals, 2-0, to even their playoff series at 1-1.
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Caps 3-1 Down, but Say They're Not Out of It
Article | The Capitals trail the Flyers three games to one in their playoff series, but luckily for Washington, beating long odds is what they've been doing all season.
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Caps Bring It Back Home
Article | The Capitals fight back from a two-goal hole to tie the game and Alex Ovechkin adds two goals to beat the Flyers, 4-2, and force a Game 7 in Washington.
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Kolzig a No-Show For Caps' Final Day
Article | Veteran goaltender Olie Kolzig is noticeable absent from a mandatory meeting the morning after he cleaned out his locker stall following the Capitals' Game 7 loss.
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Hanging Tough
Article | Alexander Semin, above, and the Capitals continue their aggressive play by outhitting the Flyers time and time again Saturday to extend their playoff series to a 6th game Monday with a 3-2 victory at Verizon Center.
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In OT, Caps Are Blindsided
Article | Only 20 teams in NHL history have rallied from such a deficit to win a seven-game playoff series. Last night, the Washington Capitals' bid to become No. 21 came up just short.

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