Tag Archive for Washington

What The Puck Episode 226 – Coach Dan Returns

On this episode, Coach Dan returns to discuss the mess that is the Capitals.  We talk all things Capitals all star break and the losing streak.

What The Puck Episode 223 – Vrana Steps Up

On this episode we discuss Tom Wilson’s trouble in St. Louis.  Then we talk about how Jakub Vrana is stepping up in his top 6 role.

What The Puck Episode 222 – First Show of 2019

Welcome to 2019 and welcome to the second half of the season.  The Capitals went on a bit of a run and then took New Years Eve off.  The boys discuss the end of 2018 and the return of Brooks Orpik.  This show was recorded on January 2nd, 2019 and does not feature talk about the January 3rd game against the Blues.

What The Puck Episode 221 – Last Show of 2018

On this episode of  WTP, we discuss the potential trade of Andre Burakovsky.  What would the Caps want in return?  Do the Caps need to trade him?  Whats the upside?  We discuss!

What The Puck Episode 220 – TJ Oshie Returns

On this episode we discuss the recent return of TJ Oshie.  After being sidelined for a month with a concussion, TJ Oshie returns and does so with a bang.

What The Puck Episode 219 – 6 Straight Wins

On this episode of WTP, we discuss the win streak the Caps have been on.  Is Willy Baby the answer to all the Caps problems?  Plus what will happen when Kuzy and Oshie get back into the line up?

What The Puck Episode 218 – TJ Chumbawamba

On this episode of WTP, we discuss the team’s recent struggles, the return of Tom Wilson, and TJ Oshie getting knocked down, but then getting up again.

What The Puck Episode 217 – Caps vs Oilers

On this episode of WTP, we discuss the last few games.  The Caps have a less than favorable record and they dropped a few games in terrible fashion.  We try to figure out what has happened and why the Caps have played so poorly.

What The Puck Episode 216 – Caps Wrap Up October

Caps wrap up October.

What The Puck Episode 215 – Ax Men

On this episode, we discuss the recent games against Vancouver and Florida.  The Caps looked like a different team against Florida, but they bounced back against Vancouver.  Then they threw axes at a wall.