Category Archives: Jason Arnott

More One-Goal Drama, Further Climbing up the Standings

You didn’t want this one preserved on the DVR, but the bottom line is that a Mike Green-less Capitals club has scratched and clawed its way through a litany of one-goal victories of late to reclaim first place in the … Continue reading

Posted in Alexander Ovechkin, Alexander Semin, Boyd Gordon, Bruce Boudreau, Eastern Conference, Florida Panthers, Jason Arnott, Marco Sturm, Marcus Johansson, National Hockey League, Scott Hannan, Southeast Division, Tampa Bay Lightning, Washington Capitals | Leave a comment

Another OFB Young Gun Gets a FoxSports Shout-out

We like to remind admirers of our Lis Meinecke that she hasn’t been on the new media hockey beat for two full years, which makes her callout by this afternoon all the more special. Way to go Lis!

Posted in Hockey blogging, Jason Arnott, National Hockey League, New media, OFB, Washington the hockey town | 2 Comments

Watch Your Back, Philly et al.: Caps Are on the Move

New Capital Dennis Wideman said Tuesday after a 2-1 overtime win against the Islanders that it was the type of game that could turn things around, good news for a team hoarding untapped potential for much of the season. Thursday, the team started proving him right, beating the St. Louis Blues 3-2 at Verizon. Even better, the second line combination of Jason Arnott, Brooks Laich, and Alexander Semin has everyone salivating over early-achieved chemistry and its production capability.
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Posted in Alexander Semin, Brooks Laich, Bruce Boudreau, Jason Arnott, Nicklas Backstrom, Washington Capitals | 8 Comments

Back in the Cup Conversation

If George McPhee’s Monday morning began on a hotseat, likely it ended in repose on something closer to a throne. Or at least, hopefully: a good leather recliner in his Maryland home, with a bottle of Canadian beer in hand, … Continue reading

Posted in 106.7 the Fan, Dale Hunter, Dennis Wideman, Ed Frankovic, George McPhee, Jason Arnott, Morning cup-a-joe, National Hockey League, New media, NHL Trades, Radio, Sky Kerstein, Ted Starkey, Washington Capitals | 18 Comments