Category Archives: Bryan Murray

A Conversation with a Washington Legend

Our conversation this week with Ottawa Senators’ General Manager, and former Washington Capitals’ head coach, Bryan Murray. He spoke poignantly about the caliber of competitive athletes he coached during his years in D.C., identified Dale Hunter’s overtime series winner in … Continue reading

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What Are Your 10 Best Caps’ Games of All Time?

The first thing you notice about the newly released 10 Greatest Capitals Games DVD collection is its Ovi-centric-ness: five of the ten games come from the Capitals’ past five seasons. There is, unfortunately, an unavoidably practical reason for this. Put … Continue reading

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Strolling Down Memory Lane with an ’80s Icon

The Capitals last week announced the release of their first-ever ‘Best of’ collection of DVDs — a compilation of the 10 best games in team history. We’ll have a review of it for you tomorrow, but Ottawa’s visit to Verizon Center … Continue reading

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Remembering (and Rooting for) Bryan Murray

For the past nine years I’ve watched the Stanley Cup Finals with dispassionate interest, not having a proverbial dog in the fights. That streak ends later today, with the arrival of Game 1 tonight in Anaheim. Twice during the regular … Continue reading

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