Washington is undefeated in the month of December so far, with wins against Columbus, San Jose, Chicago, and the New York Rangers. They will face the Islanders tonight trying to extend the streak to five consecutive wins.
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What is a team without its number one center?
That honor belongs to the 2006-2007 team, which is especially hurtful given the fact that the team had more than 100 points in 2005-2006, just one season before.
The 2017-18 season is taking shape and we’re starting to have a feel of which teams will be playing in May and which teams will be looking at what to do to improve their fortunes next season.
For the last three seasons, it hasn’t been outside the realm of possibility to say that it was the Capitals’ year to win the Stanley Cup. After being brutalized by the salary cap, the 2017-18 team, unfortunately, is not what it used to be by any stretch of the imagination.
Through just about 25 games, where does each team sit in the GNGH edition of the NHL power rankings?