April 7, 2010

Junior's Reading And Viewing List:
April 3 - 4, 2010

Last Update - April 7, 2010 at 11:32 PM EDT

This Junior's 'Reading And Viewing List' covers the weekend that just passed. These snippets with title links are for April 3 through April 4, 2010.

April 4, 2010

Caps claim first Presidents' Trophy
By Tarik El-Bashir at Capitals Insider

Southeast Division? Check.

Eastern Conference? Check.

Presidents' Trophy? Check.

The Caps clinched their first No. 1 overall seed in the playoffs -- and home ice through the Stanley Cup finals -- thanks to the Sharks' 5-4 OT loss in Colorado tonight.

Now, there's only one thing left for Alex Ovechkin and Co. to win.

A Face Made for Hockey
By The Peerless at The Peerless Prognosticator

Anton Gustafsson dressed tonight for the Hershey Bears in his AHL debut. We must say, his official picture at the AHL web site makes no mistake -- this is a hockey player...

Game 7
By The Peerless at The Peerless Prognosticator

We are a month removed from the trading deadline, a day on which (according to TSN.ca) there were 31 trades involving 55 players and 35 draft picks. Teams move assets around in hopes of finding a spark, of finding the right mix for the home stretch, of finding that last piece of the puzzle. Other teams do so looking to the future – collecting draft picks or prospects in hopes that a year or two from now they will again be competitive, that they will be a contender...

Franchise Record 51st Win
By Joe Beninati - Capitals Play-by-Play
at Comcast SportsNet - Washington, DC

That's two straight one-goal games that required a lot of fortitude from the Caps, and they proved once again they could do it. The Blue Jackets are far from world beaters, but they are a tenacious team that always battles hard against Washington.

Before I get into the terrific offensive start, I wanted to acknowledge what I thought was an exceptional effort on defense from Mike Green. Jose Theodore was our Caps player of the game on the telecast, but that honor easily could have been Green's. He made several critical stops on Blue Jackets' sniper Rick Nash...

April 3, 2010

Postgame Notebook: Capitals 3, Blue Jackets 2
By Mike Vogel - Senior Writer at WashingtonCaps.com

And Then There Were Four – Washington jumped out to an early 3-0 lead over the Blue Jackets in Columbus on Saturday, and for a while, it looked like the Caps might be in for a rare laugher. In the end, the Capitals needed some stellar play from goaltender Jose Theodore to hold on for a 3-2 win in their penultimate road game of the regular season...

Washington Capitals at Columbus Blue Jackets Game Highlights
Posted at Comcast SportsNet - Washington, DC

Right click on video to choose full screen option.

Caps Close Out Slate vs. West
By Mike Vogel - Senior Writer at WashingtonCaps.com

Needing one win in its final two road games to set a franchise standard for road victories in a season, Washington heads to Columbus on Saturday for its penultimate road tilt of the season. The game is also the last of the Capitals’ 18 games against Western Conference opponents this season. The Caps are 9-5-3 against Western foes thus far this season...

Script Frenzy 2010: Day One
By Kameron at I May Have Been Born Yesterday
But I Stayed Up All Night

Yesterday was the first day of Script Frenzy when writers devote a month to an original 100-page script for a movie, television program, stage play or anything else. Why? Strictly for the hell of it, mainly; it's good practice and writing to a deadline can spur creativity...

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