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Thursday, October 3rd, 2019

If the same holds true for the NFL, the Sunday matchup between the Minnesota Vikings and New York Giants could be one of the best watches in Week 5. It will be a clash of Minnesota's top-10 defense against New York rookie quarterback Daniel Jones, who has won his first two starts after replacing veteran Eli Manning. Jones led the Giants to 32-31 and 24-3 victories over the Buccaneers and Redskins, respectively, to push New York to 2-2.

Caps players celebrate one-year anniversary of Stanley Cup Championship

Friday, June 7th, 2019

Caps players celebrate one-year anniversary of Stanley Cup Championship originally appeared on One year ago today, the Washington Capitals pulled off the biggest feat in franchise history, clinching their first-ever Stanley Cup Championship. It was the first championship for the Capitals in 44 years, and the first title for any Washington D.C. sports team in 26 years. The last professional D.C. team to win a championship was the Washington Redskins in the 1992 Super Bowl.

Ryan Kerrigan fires up Capitals fans with Oshie party trick

Saturday, April 20th, 2019

The Washington Capitals are without T.J. Oshie for Saturday's critical Game 5 versus the Carolina Hurricanes and beyond after the star winger was run into the boards from behind last time out by Warren Foegele and significantly injured. His spirit, however, will persist. Tasked with firing up the crowd before puck drop, Washington Redskins star lineman Ryan Kerrigan pulled out Oshie's old party trick, executing the old through-the-sweater chug with his Bud Light.

Reuters Sports News Summary

Monday, March 25th, 2019

Duke (31-5) will meet Virginia Tech on Friday night in the Sweet 16 in Washington, D.C. NBA roundup: Curry returns, Warriors retake No. seed Stephen Curry returned from a one-game absence to hit five 3-pointers and total a game-high 26 points Sunday night as the Golden State Warriors shook off the embarrassment of a 35-point loss to the Dallas Mavericks one day earlier to turn back the Detroit Pistons 121-114 in Oakland, Calif. The Golden State win, coupled with Denver's loss at Indiana earlier in the day, allowed the Warriors to move a half-game ahead of the Nuggets in the race for the best record in the Western Conference.