Tag Archives: Dennis Wideman

Snapshots: High Winds With Some Sunny Skies in Washington

Last night’s 3-2 shootout loss to the Carolina Hurricanes was summed up best by Matt Hendricks when he described it as one that got away. The team had ample opportunity to capitalize on some key chances but were never able to finish. It was that inability to see a play all the way through that ended up costing the Caps a win. Continue reading

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Adding a Fresh Take to a Stale Season

Well it certainly was not a fairy tale for the Caps last night, as they struggled against the New York Islanders for much of the night, but it was definitely a storybook ending. Brooks Laich tapped home the game tying goal with less than a minute left and Alexander Ovechkin won the game with a highlight reel goal in OT. Despite all of that though, it was newly acquired defenseman Dennis Wideman who may have made the biggest impact. Continue reading

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