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The Washington Capitals began the season in a major slump under new head coach Adam Oates, which certainly had the DC faithful frustrated and wondering why the team ever fired Bruce Boudreau.
After a terrible start in hockey's weakest division, the Capitals have turned things around in a big way over the past month to play some of the best hockey in the entire league. After a quiet start to the season that saw his critics come out of the woodwork, Alexander Ovechkin has been on fire the past month and the catalyst to the team's improved play. Washington beat Winnipeg at home in a pivotal matchup late in the season to secure yet another Southeast Division title.
The Capitals still have their share of problems, especially defensively, where Mike Green always seems a bit sloppy and careless with the puck. Braden Holtby has been solid in goal, but there's only so much he can do when the Capitals struggle to clear the puck out of their own end or give up odd man rushes.
Washington has its work cut out for themselves in the playoffs, but they seem to be improving while flying under the radar, making them a very dangerous team. It's highly unlikely they have what it takes to make a run all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals, but it wouldn't be shocking to see the Capitals find their way into the Eastern Conference Finals, quite possibly against rival Pittsburgh.
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