The Caps fall to the visiting St. Louis Blues. Alex Ovechkin scored two goals and becomes the fifth player in NHL history to record 30 or more goals in each of his first 10 seasons.
Both teams are divided as they look ahead to the Patriots-Seahawks championship matchup.
The Wizards charged back from a 21-point deficit to force overtime, but were unable to hang on. John Wall led the team with 28 points, 12 assists and 8 rebounds, and Brad Beal chipped in 26 points.
In this clip from Wizards Magazine, Marcin Gortat has fun playing with his action figure.
A day in the #KSLife, on the road to Garrett Temple’s hometown, the centers discuss their relationship, and Marcin Gortat meets his action figure.
In their second matinee in as many days, the Caps host the Blues at Verizon Center.See More: Washington Capitals
The defenseman fires a quick wrister to bring the Caps within one in the third period, his fourth of the season.See More: Washington Capitals
On the road to Garrett Temple’s hometown, a day in the #KSLife, the centers discuss their relatio...
The Capitals take on the St. Louis Blues at Verizon Center.See More: Washington Capitals
Ovechkin scores his second goal of the game making it a tie game, 2-2, in the second period.See More: Washington Capitals
Hear it here, with the Blues and Capitals all tied at 2-2, now 3-2 Blues. See More: Washington Capitals
The Caps honor Jim Carey, one of the 40 Greatest Caps, as part of the team's 40th anniversary celebration.See More: Washington Capitals
The captain connects on the power play and becomes only the fifth player in NHL history to record 30 or more goals in each of his first 10 seasons. See More: Washington Capitals
On the road to Garrett Temple’s hometown, a day in the #KSL...
Marcin Gortat talks about his action figure presented by Ca...
We go 1-on-1 with hero Troy Brouwer, look at the winterizat...
Hear it here, as Alex reaches the 30-goal plateau for the 10th straight season See More: Washington Capitals
No skate this morning, but the Caps will go with Justin Peters in goal against the Blues, who are coming in hot with nine wins in their last 10 gamesSee More: Washington Capitals
Caps head coach Barry Trotz addresses the media prior to today's game against the St. Louis Blues from Verizon Center.See More: Washington Capitals
Rick Snider makes his Super Bowl XLIX prediction, and says it looks to be an even matchup, but he gives the Patriots the edge. See More: On Washington Sports By Rick Snider
"I like driving. That's how Toad do. I probably look more like Donkey Kong."See More: Blogs
Caps forward Tom Wilson talks #CapsBlues with Mike Vogel in a Monumental Network exclusive one-on-one interview from Verizon Center.See More: Washington Capitals
Mike Vogel and John Walton with the Two-Man Advantage previewing today's game against the St. Louis Blues at Verizon Center.See More: Washington Capitals
The Washington Capitals host the St. Louis Blues at Verizon Center today in the second and final meeting between the teams this seasonSee More: Washington Capitals
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After allowing 65 points in the first half, the Wizards recovered to force overtime only to come up short against the Raptors. We have key moments and reactionSee More: Washington Wizards