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The Metropolitan Division: Part II – The Washington Capitals

New Jersey Devils vs Columbus Blue Jackets

With the 2013-14 season looming closer, we’ll be taking a look at the new and old Division match-ups in the new formed Metropolitan Division in this weekly blog. The second team we look at is another one of the three new teams to the Division, and one that the Devils have had some success against in the past few years: the Washington Capitals.

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A Capital L – Devils lose 5-1 to Finish Weekend in D.C.

New Jersey Devils vs Washington Capitals

Three Stars of the Game

3rd Star: M. Ribeiro (WAS) (2 assists)

2nd Star: Braden Holtby (WAS) (1 GA, 21 Saves)

1st Star: Alexander Ovechkin (WAS) (3 goals, 1 assist, GWG)

Coming off a hard-fought, come-from-behind win on Thursday night, the Devils were hoping to take both games in D.C. and extend their lead in the Atlantic Division and Eastern Conference. The Capitals, however, had other plans.

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Game 17 – New Jersey Devils at Washington Capitals

New Jersey Devils vs Washington Capitals

Game Time: 7:00 PM
Radio: WFAN 660 AM, 101.9 FM


The New Jersey Devils have been in the NHL since 1982, but this week they will do something they’ve never done in team history: travel out of town to play the same opponent twice. In the 2005-06 season, the Devils hosted the Flyers in consecutive games, but they’ve never done it on the road in the regular season. Thursday night the New Jersey Devils (9-3-4) will play the first of two consecutive games in our nation’s capital against the Washington Capitals (5-9-1). The Devils will look to get out of a bit of a funk they’ve found themselves in, going 1-2-1 in their past 4 games, while the Capitals will look to continue their hot streak, winning 3 of their last 4. The Devils escaped with 2 points in the teams’ last meeting, winning 3-2 in OT in New Jersey.

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