Dave and Sean break down a pair of game sevens, figure out what comes next in Washington, make their Conference Final predictions, and preemptively award the Conn Smythe to Chris Neil.
In the Down Goes Brown Conference Finals preview, Sean makes the case for why Nashville will make history and why the Penguins won't steamroll the Senators.
After another gut wrenching loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins in the playoffs, we take a minute to console Capitals fans.
The NHL did something right in how they enforced the concussion protocol, and yet they still managed to screw it up. Sean explains.
Sidney Crosby's injury has been a topic of discussion all week. Sean gives his thoughts on whether the Capitals plotted to injure the Penguins' superstar.
Washington may have turned around its series against Pittsburgh in Game 3. Unfortunately, the Capitals' potentially franchise-changing moment arrived at the same time as a potentially devastating injury to Sidney Crosby.
Sean and Dave discuss the defensemen starring in the second round of the playoffs with Adam Larsson and PK Subban coming up big.
The Stanley Cup playoffs are in full swing and it's hard to argue that the NHL has screwed anything up—yet.
The Washington Capitals are the more playoff experienced team in their series against Toronto. But that playoff experience has mostly been a history of upset losses.
Why do so many teams hire former stars as executives? Why are the Oilers selling $80 tickets to stand on the concourse? Learn all about it in this week's Grab Bag.
The Washington Capitals have the best team they've had in the Ovechkin era. Does that mean the Capitals will win the Stanley Cup? Maybe!