Morning Roundup: Redskins get older, Laich changes tire

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LIVE D.C. Sports Guys 5/2 at 7:00pm

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Morning Roundup: A heartbreaking loss and a promising win

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  • Capitals
    • Game Over. A terrific regular season has ended with a thud. Ousted by a Montreal team with suffocating defense the Capitals will have nothing but time to reflect on their play and wonder about what could have been. [Peerless, Capitals Insider, Puck Daddy, On Frozen Blog]
    • The Knuble interference call will be talked about for a while, but in the end it's the Caps that failed to end the series for three straight games. [Puck Daddy]
  • Nationals
    • On the bright side, the Nationals went on the road and took the series from the Cubs behind a second solid start from rookie Luis Atilano. The Nationals are two games above .500 and are having their best start since coming to Washington. [MLB]
    • If the hockey game last night teaches fans anything it's savor what you have while you have it. Right now, it's fun to be a Nats fan. [D.C. Sports Bog]
    • Strasburg is doing very, very well in the minors. [Washington Post, Nationals Journal]
  • Orioles
    • After putting together back to back wins Guthrie and the O's get shellacked by the Yankees. [Baltimore Sun] 
  • Redskins
    • They say it takes 3 years to evaluate a draft. Get in your time machine, it's time to look back at 2007. [CBS]

Postgame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens
When: April 28, 2010
In their 7th meeting of the playoffs the Washington Capitals lost to the Montreal Canadiens 2-1. The following is a statistical breakdown for the April 28, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 playoffs.

Morning Roundup: Game 7

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Another Game 7

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So here we are again, about to witness what is possibly the most difficult to predict event in any sport. Home or away, higher seed or lower, momentum or not, favorite or underdog, none of it seems to matter when it comes to Game 7 of a Stanley Cup playoff series. The Caps are here for the forth time in three years, having been pushed to the brink by a Montreal Canadiens team, riding the suddenly scorching hot glove (also stick, blocker, left pad and right pad for that matter) of Jaroslav Halak. The Caps have had back to back chances to finish off this Canadiens team. In Game 5, they blew it with a slow start. They somehow underestimated a Montreal team that came out playing like they had nothing to lose. When the Caps finally got it together, they dominated, but were stonewalled by a quickly simmering Halak.

The Capitals played perhaps their best first period of the series on Monday but with Halak suddenly possessed by the spirit Ken Dryden they found themselves down 2-0 after one. And with every sparkling save Halak made, Alex Ovechkin and his running mates gripped their sticks a little tighter. They passed, passed, passed and passed some more on the power play. They came to believe that only the perfect shot could beat this wunderkind. But of course after 54 shots were fired Halak’s way the only one that did find its way past the keeper was the one that had no business going on in. It was a shot that was headed wide but redirected by the stick of Eric Fehr. It was a shot that no goalie, not even this one, could stop. It was the type of goal that seems fluky but in reality is the result of hard work and determination. It is the type of goal that wins playoff series.

This is why if the Caps are going to win this Game 7 they have to heed the lessons of the previous two. The Caps cannot get off to another slow start. More times than I’d like to remember this year, this team has not played a complete 60 minutes but still comeback in spectacular fashion to win. But my heart (and my furniture) would prefer the Caps did not pull another Game 2. That would be playing with fire.

Speaking of fire, if Halak plays another game like Game 6. The Caps are finished. It’s over. The best way to prevent that from happening is to make Halak feel like the walls are closing in on him. Mike Knuble needs to reintroduce his rear end to Halak’s grill. Jason Chimera needs to take his blazing speed towards the net. Brooks Laich needs to remember where you go if you want goals. They need to get Halak off his game and out of the zone he was in in Game 6.

It seemed like luck was on the Canadiens side in Game 6. All the bounces were going Montreal’s way. On one side, every shot found its way off a Capital’s stick and passed Semyon Varlamov. And on the other side, every rebound found its way over or around those same sticks. But I believe you make your own luck in sports. A wise man once said that luck is when preparation meets opportunity. That was the Canadiens in Game 6. But like Professor Backstrom said before OT in Game 2, “I think it’s our turn.”

Morning Roundup: What Ails You?

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  • Capitals
  • Nationals
  • Orioles
    • If your a pessimist (or realist), do not, I repeat, do not look at the O's schedule until May 11. And when you do you may want to pretend that May 11 is opening day.
  • Terrapins
  • Other
    • If grown men who hit the mother of their children set you off, refrain from using the terms 'Tito' and/or 'Ortiz' in any of your googling today.
    • If you were unable to read any of the stories above and you have no affiliation with Kansas State, here is an article just for you. [The Sporting Blog] 

Postgame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens
When: April 27, 2010
In their 6th meeting of the playoffs the Montreal Canadiens beat the Washington Capitals 4-1. The following is a statistical breakdown for the April 26, 2010 game and totals for round 1 of the 2009-2010 playoffs.

Morning Roundup: Capitals look to close, Nationals shutout Dodgers

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The D.C. Sports Guys 4-25-2010

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The guys sit down on a Sunday afternoon to discuss game 5 of the Capitals / Canadiens series, the Redskins draft, Strikeforce, WEC, Nats, O's, and TJ venturing into the world of hockey.

As always, send your comments, suggestions, or ideas to mailbag@dcsportsguys.com.

Intro
Capitals: 00:01:30
Redskins: 00:35:00
MMA: 01:09:42
Baseball: 01:43:53
TJ's hockey 'career' begins: 01:54:43
End

Morning Roundup: Campbell traded, Belanger pulls out own teeth

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  • Capitals
    • Wanna be a Hockey Player? You better minor in dentistry [VIDEO].  [The Sporting Blog]
    • Hershey wins game 1 of East Division Finals. [Hershey Bears]
  • Redskins
    • Jason Campbell traded to Oakland for a 4th round pick... in 2012. [Hogs Haven]
    • Here is a good rundown of all the Redskins picks and moves.  [Mr. Irrelevant]
    • Shanahan speaks to fans, and stop me if you've heard this before, promises Superbowl. [DC Sports Bog]
  • Nationals
  • Orioles
  • Terrapins
    • Oakland completes their quest to lead the league in players with the last name Campbell. [Testudo Times]
    • Nolan Carroll was drafted by the Dolphins in the fifth round. [UM Terps]
  • MMA

Morning Roundup: Capitals stumble, Dunn's bat comes alive

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When the Caps play, Nats win

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Tonight's 5-1 victory over the Dodgers made the Nationals a perfect 5-0 on days the Capitals have had a playoff game. In these five wins the Nationals have outscored their opponents 31 - 9 and their starters have pitched 34.2 of 45 total innings (76%).

In the previous 5 games that have not fallen on a Capitals playoff game the Nationals are are just 1-4. During those games the Nationals have been outscored by their opponents 40-23 and their starters pitched only 18.1 of 45 total innings (40.2%).

Obviously the Nationals need the Capitals to push as many series as possible to 7 games so they have a chance of being .500 by the time Strasburg gets called up in June.

Nationals Last 10 Games
4/14: Nationals 7, Phillies 14
4/15: Nationals 7, Phillies 5     (Capitals 2, Canadiens 3)
4/16: Nationals 5, Brewers 3
4/17: Nationals 8, Brewers 0     (Capitals 6, Canadiens 5)
4/18: Nationals 7, Brewers 11
4/19: Nationals 5, Rockies 2     (Capitals 5, Canadiens 1)
4/20: Nationals 4, Rockies 10
4/21: Nationals 6, Rockies 4     (Capitals 6, Canadiens 3)
4/22: Nationals 0, Rockies 2
4/23: Nationals 5, Dodgers 1     (Capitals 1, Canadiens 2)

Postgame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens
When: April 23, 2010
In their 5th meeting of the playoffs the Washington Capitals lost to the Montreal Canadiens 2-1. The following is a statistical breakdown for the April 23, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 playoffs.

Morning Roundup: Caps look to close out the series, Redskins get Trent Williams

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  • Capitals

  • Nationals
    • Livan Hernandez has another solid start but the Nationals fall back to .500 in a 0-2 loss to Colorado. [CBS] 
    • "Loose Bodies and inflammation" in Jason Marquis right elbow will keep him out for six weeks. [Nationals Journal]
    • With Marquis on the DL Luis Atilano, one of the organization's top minor league pitchers, will get the start against the Dodgers tonight.  Atilano will not have the help of Zimmerman due to what is being described as "something like a cramp" [CBS], but he also won't have to face Manny Ramirez. [ESPN]
  •  Redskins
    • The Redskins surprise their entire fan base and make what appears to be an intelligent decision with the 4th overall pick selecting Trent Williams, offensive tackle out of Oklahoma.  [Redskins Insider]
    • These "Sooner Than Later" articles are going to get old pretty quick. [Hogs Haven, NBC Washington, YAHOO]
    • At this hour Haynesworth is not on the trading block. Both Jeff Fisher [NBC] and Mike Shanahan [Redskins Insider] have weighed in.

  • Other News
    • Drew Brees has been picked by the fans [YAHOO] to be featured on the cover of Madden 11. Votes must have been flying in from Atlanta, Tampa Bay, and Carolina.  Drew many need to check this link out before the season starts.
    • The NCAA worked out a new contract for the Men's Basketball Tournament. The good news is that between CBS and Turner every game will be broadcast nationally.  On the other hand they have decided to add 3 more teams without considering how they will be selected, where they will be seeded or who they will play. Details... details... [USA Today]
    • Tebow gets drafted 25th overall and while some are ecstatic [Denver Post] others are calling it the worst move in the draft. [CBS]

LIVE D.C. Sports Guys 4/25 at 4:00pm

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Morning Roundup: Caps take 3-1 series lead, Nationals above .500 again

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Postgame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens
When: April 21, 2010
In their 4th meeting of the playoffs the Montreal Canadiens lost to the Washington Capitals 6-3. The following is a statistical breakdown for the April 21, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 playoffs.

Pregame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens
When: April 21, 2010
The Washington Capitals will meet the Montreal Canadiens for the 4th time this postseason on April 21, 2010. In their last meeting on April 19, 2010 The Montreal Canadiens lost to the Washington Capitals 5-1. The following is a statistical breakdown for the April 19, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 season.

Morning Roundup: Habs new strategy, Rockies pay tribute to McGregor

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Redskins 2010 Schedule

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NBCWashington.com has posted the full 2010 Washington Redskins schedule.  The Redskins will open against the Cowboys at night on September 12 and will face the Eagles for the first time on October 3.


Full Schedule: 
Sept. 12: vs. Dallas Cowboys (night)
Sept. 19: vs. Houston Texans
Sept. 26: at St. Louis Rams
Oct. 3: at Philadelphia Eagles
Oct. 10: vs. Green Bay Packers
Oct. 17: vs. Indianapolis Colts (night)
Oct. 24: at Chicago Bears
Oct. 31: at Detroit Lions
Nov. 7: BYE
Nov. 15: vs. Philadelphia Eagles (Monday Night Football)
Nov. 21: at Tennessee Titans
Nov. 28: vs. Minnesota Vikings
Dec. 5: at New York Giants
Dec. 12: vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Dec. 19: at Dallas Cowboys
Dec. 26: at Jacksonville Jaguars
Jan. 2: vs. New York Giants

Postgame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens
When: April 19, 2010
In their 3rd meeting of the playoffs the Montreal Canadiens lost to the Washington Capitals 5-1. The following is a statistical breakdown for the April 19, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 postseason.

Pregame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens
When: April 19, 2010
The Washington Capitals will meet the Montreal Canadiens for the 3rd time this postseason on April 19, 2010. In their last meeting on April 17, 2010 The Washington Capitals beat the Montreal Canadiens 6-5 (OT). The following is a statistical breakdown for the April 17, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 season.

Postgame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens
When: April 17, 2010
In their 2nd meeting of the postseason the Washington Capitals beat the Montreal Canadiens 6-5 (OT). The following is a statistical breakdown for the April 17, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 postseason.

Pregame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens
When: April 17, 2010
The Washington Capitals will meet the Montreal Canadiens for the 2nd time this postseason on April 17, 2010. In their last meeting on April 15, 2010 The Washington Capitals lost to the Montreal Canadiens 3-2 (OT). The following is a statistical breakdown for the April 15, 2010 game.

The D.C. Sports Guys 4-16-2010

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The guys talk Caps, UFC 112, WEC 48, Nats, O's, the Masters, Roethlisberger and the Redskins.

As always, send your comments, suggestions, or ideas to mailbag@dcsportsguys.com.

Intro
Capitals: 00:01:30
UFC/MMA: 00:37:30
Baseball: 01:00:50
Roethlisberger: 01:22:00
Redskins: 01:25:50
The Masters: 01:31:45
End

Postgame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens
When: April 15, 2010

In their 1st meeting of the postseason the Washington Capitals lost to the Montreal Canadiens 3-2 (OT). The following is a statistical breakdown for the April 15, 2010 game.


LIVE D.C. Sports Guys 4/16 at 9:00pm

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Pregame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Montreal Canadiens
When: April 15, 2010
The Washington Capitals will meet the Montreal Canadiens for the 1st time in the post-season on April 15, 2010. In their last meeting on February 10, 2010 The Montreal Canadiens beat the Washington Capitals 6-5. The following is a statistical breakdown for the February 10, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 season.

Beard-A-Thon

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Three of the D.C. Sports Guys are participating in the Beard-A-Thon to help support the Capitals and the Caps Care community programs. For as long as the Capitals remain in the hunt for the Stanley Cup, Kevin, Big J, and Steele will be growing out their facial hair and raising money for the Friends of Fort Dupont Ice Arena.  Help support the cause by donating to your favorite D.C. Sports Guy or sign-up and grow a beard yourself!

Kevin's Beard


https://www.beardathon.com/capitals/kmcgrath/profile.aspx
Big J's Beard
https://www.beardathon.com/capitals/jmiles21/profile.aspx

Steele's Beard
https://www.beardathon.com/capitals/JWSteele/profile.aspx

Postgame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Boston Bruins

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Boston Bruins
When: April 11, 2010
In their 4th meeting of the season the Washington Capitals lost to the Boston Bruins 4-3 (SO). The following is a statistical breakdown for the April 11, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 season.

Pregame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Boston Bruins

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Boston Bruins
When: April 11, 2010
The Washington Capitals will meet the Boston Bruins for the 4th time this season on April 11, 2010. In their last meeting on April 05, 2010 The Washington Capitals beat the Boston Bruins 3-2. The following is a statistical breakdown for the April 05, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 season.

The D.C. Sports Guys 4-9-2010

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The guys talk Caps,  Redskins, McNabb, Nats, O's, College Basketball and the Masters.

As always, send your comments, suggestions, or ideas to mailbag@dcsportsguys.com.

Intro
Capitals: 00:01:30
Redskins: 00:43:10
Baseball: 01:14:05
UFC/Boxing: 01:43:15
College Basketball: 01:48:13
The Masters: 01:50:03
End

Postgame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Atlanta Thrashers

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Atlanta Thrashers
When: April 09, 2010
In their 6th meeting of the season the Washington Capitals beat the Atlanta Thrashers 5-2. The following is a statistical breakdown for the April 09, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 season.

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Pregame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Atlanta Thrashers

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Atlanta Thrashers
When: April 09, 2010
The Washington Capitals will meet the Atlanta Thrashers for the 6th time this season on April 09, 2010. In their last meeting on April 01, 2010 The Washington Capitals beat the Atlanta Thrashers 2-1. The following is a statistical breakdown for the April 01, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 season.

LIVE D.C. Sports Guys 4/9 at 9pm

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Postgame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Pittsburgh Penguins

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Pittsburgh Penguins
When: April 06, 2010
In their 4th meeting of the season the Pittsburgh Penguins lost to the Washington Capitals 5-3. The following is a statistical breakdown for the game and totals for the 2009-2010 season.

Pregame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Pittsburgh Penguins

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Pittsburgh Penguins

When: April 06, 2010

The Washington Capitals will meet the Pittsburgh Penguins for the 4th time this season on April 06, 2010. In their last meeting on March 24, 2010 The Washington Capitals beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-4. The following is a statistical breakdown for the March 24, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 season.

Postgame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Boston Bruins

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Boston Bruins

When: April 05, 2010

In their 3rd meeting of the season the Washington Capitals beat the Boston Bruins 3-2. The following is a statistical breakdown for the April 05, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 season.

Pregame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Boston Bruins

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Boston Bruins

When: April 05, 2010

The Washington Capitals will meet the Boston Bruins for the 3rd time this season on April 05, 2010. In their last meeting on February 02, 2010 The Boston Bruins lost to the Washington Capitals 4-1. The following is a statistical breakdown for the February 02, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 season.

Nats' Opening Day 2010 -- Hope for the Future?

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The Washington Nationals kick off the 2010 campaign this afternoon at Nationals Park, taking on Roy Halladay in his Philadelphia Phillies debut. Its tough to see the Nats treating fans to an opening day win against one of the best pitchers in baseball and arguably the best top to bottom lineup in the National League, but the 2010 Nationals should be an improvement from last season's group, which posted the majors' worst record for the second season in a row. The Nationals send young ace John Lannan to the mound in a game that very well just might be the sign of a promising future for the club. At this point, there is no where to go but upwards, and that is exactly the attitude that Nationals ownership, players, and fans should have. As we move closer to the first pitch of the 2010 season, below are a few story lines fans can keep their attention to during the early portion of the 2010 campaign.
  1. Strasburg's arrival - the better part of the early season will be spent watching Strasburg's development in the minors, as he is scheduled to start at AA Harrisburg on April 11th. I'd expect Washington to be abuzz with Strasburg fever in anticipation of a mid season callup. This will be especially true if the Nationals come out flat early on in the year, as the arrival of the phenom will be something that lures fans in during the dog days of summer. Other likely callups include reliever Drew Storen (the Nationals other 2009 first round pick) and former Terp Justin Maxwell, who has had stints with the club in recent years and may be a likely candidate to solidfy the outfield come mid-season.

  2. Bullpen Improvement? - The Nationals have hopefully improved their horrendous 2009 bullpen, adding Brian Bruney from the Yankees, Matt Capps from the Pirates and Miguel Batista from the Mariners. Not exactly a list of household names, but here's to hoping that these guys can breathe some new life into a relief corp that blew game after game last season.

  3. New Look Infield - The opening day infield features familiar faces at the corners (Dunn and Zimmerman) with rookie Ian Desmond, a lat season callup who impressed in late 2009, and incoming veteran Adam Kennedy manning second base. Christian Guzman appears to be the odd man out but will likely be a solid utility player and may even takeover a starting job should Kennedy or Desmond fail to produce early on.

  4. Who's in Right Field? - The release of Elijah Dukes leaves right field open to a potential platoon of Willie Harris and Willy Taveras. Neither is likely to impress from the plate, but both have shown their abilities to cover significant ground area in right. Potential callups (i.e. Justin Maxwell) could change this, but for now.
So what will 2010 bring to the Nationals? Only time will tell. Contention is highly unlikely, but improvement and hope for the future may give fans a sense of optimism for the first time in years.

Postgame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Columbus Blue Jackets

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Columbus Blue Jackets
When: April 03, 2010
In their 2nd meeting of the season the Columbus Blue Jackets lost to the Washington Capitals 3-2. The following is a statistical breakdown for the April 03, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 season.

Pregame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Columbus Blue Jackets

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Columbus Blue Jackets
When: April 03, 2010
The Washington Capitals will meet the Columbus Blue Jackets for the 2nd time this season on April 03, 2010. In their last meeting on November 01, 2009 The Washington Capitals lost to the Columbus Blue Jackets 5-4. The following is a statistical breakdown for the November 01, 2009 game.

The D.C. Sports Guys 4-2-2010

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The guys talk Caps, UFC 111, Redskins crazy signings, and college basketball.

As always, send your comments, suggestions, or ideas to mailbag@dcsportsguys.com.


Intro
TJ's Day: 00:01:30
Capitals: 10:00:00
Redskins: 00:40:07
UFC: 01:06:30
College Basketball: 01:36:48
End

Postgame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Atlanta Thrashers

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Atlanta Thrashers

When: April 02, 2010

In their 5th meeting of the season the Washington Capitals beat the Atlanta Thrashers 2-1. The following is a statistical breakdown for the April 01, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 season.

LIVE D.C. Sports Guys 4/2 at 9pm

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Maryland's Greivis Vasquez Wins Bob Cousey Award

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Greivis Vasquez won the 2009-2010 Bob Cousey award for the nation's best point guard. It might not take the sting out of the way the season ended but it is nice to know that he beat out the likes of Evan Turner, Jon Scheyer and John Wall.

Guess coming back for his senior season did have some huge advantages.

-Jonathan W. Steele

Pregame Stats: Washington Capitals vs. Atlanta Thrashers

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Game: Washington Capitals vs. Atlanta Thrashers

When: April 01, 2010

The Washington Capitals will meet the Atlanta Thrashers for the 5th time this season on April 01, 2010. In their last meeting on February 05, 2010 The Washington Capitals beat the Atlanta Thrashers 5-2. The following is a statistical breakdown for the February 05, 2010 game and totals for the 2009-2010 season.