Category Archives: Washington Times

Tallying the Warning Signs, It’s Time

This morning, we could look back on November 1 and Ovi’s outburst and deem it a moment of contempt . . . a mutinous moment, in fact. Continue reading

Posted in Alan May, Alexander Ovechkin, Bruce Boudreau, Dan Daly, Karl Alzner, Morning cup-a-joe, Washington Times | 18 Comments

OFB TV: Winter Classic, Southeast Uncertainty

John Keeley sits down with Ted Starkey of the Washington Times and Ed Frankovic of WNST to talk Winter Classic afterglow, Southeast uncertainty, and what to expect in the second half of the season, the trade deadline, and the playoffs. Continue reading

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Colleague Lost

Today’s merriment and celebration is tempered greatly by a sad reality in Washington sports media: today marks the final edition of the Washington Times as Washingtonians have come to know it for the better part of of 30 years. The … Continue reading

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A Homecoming Debut

By now you know the Washington Capitals have recalled defenseman Tyler Sloan from Hershey for this west coast road trip.¬† It is expected that Sloan will make his NHL debut tonight in his native city of Calgary. A nice piece … Continue reading

Posted in American Hockey League, Corey Masisak, Hershey Bears, John Walton, Minor Pro Hockey, Tarik El-Bashir, Washington Post, Washington Times | 2 Comments

Case Study in How Hockey Can Be Covered: This Week’s Washington Times

We’re posting the sports section fronts, with links,¬†for the Washington Times from each of the last three mornings, as they are¬†the visual equivalent of snazzy billboards beautifully boasting of Washington’s privileged status in the NHL these days. To the Times … Continue reading

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Case Study in How Hockey Can Be Covered: This Week’s Washington Times

We’re posting the sports section fronts, with links,¬†for the Washington Times from each of the last three mornings, as they are¬†the visual equivalent of snazzy billboards beautifully boasting of Washington’s privileged status in the NHL these days. To the Times … Continue reading

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How a Cup Contender Candidate Is Identified

The flattering forecasts are coming in fast and furious. The Caps are a consensus selection to win the Southeast division for a second consecutive season, but additionally, they’re commonly identified either explicitly as a Stanley Cup contender or a “dark … Continue reading

Posted in Alexander Ovechkin, Alexander Semin, Boyd Gordon, Brooks Laich, Bruce Boudreau, Corey Masisak, Media, Michael Nylander, Mike Green, Morning cup-a-joe, Nicklas Backstrom, Prospects, Sergei Fedorov, Tomas Fleischmann, Washington Capitals, Washington Times | 5 Comments

Open File: Duchesne Cup Championship

[Check out the first published photos of the presentation of the Duchesne Cup.] I alone among camp chroniclers am sporting a playoff beard during the Duchesne Cup Challenge, but I was also a big Gator fan. Bruce Boudreau gets the … Continue reading

Posted in Bruce Boudreau, Corey Masisak, Former Coaches & Players, Kettler Capitals Iceplex, Lisa Hillary, Media, Prospects, Tarik El-Bashir, Washington Capitals, Washington Post, Washington Times | 9 Comments

An Early Start to Strong Reporting

A tap of the e-stick to the Washington Times’ Corey Masisak, who’s out at Kettler every day this week and filing blog and print news stories daily. This is a terrific time to acquaint yourself with the Times’ revamped Web … Continue reading

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The Times Provides the Tale of the Tape on Caps’ Tickets

Strong stuff in the Times today from Tim Lemke, who documents the success the Caps have enjoyed this offseason in moving tickets for 2008-09. The base of ticket plan sales, Lemke reports, could approach 5,000, renewals from a season ago … Continue reading

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