2016 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs
Eastern Conference Semifinals – Game #2
#2 Pittsburgh Penguins at #1 Washington Capitals
Capitals Lead the Best of Seven Series 1-0
Verizon Center – Washington, DC
Saturday, April 30, 2016, 8:00 pm Eastern, TV: NBC
Opening Line: Capitals -131 / Penguins +111
Current Line: Capitals -120 / Penguins +100
Opening Total: over 5 -110 / under 5 -110
Current Total: over 5 -130 / under 5 +110

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2016 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs
Metropolitan Division Finals
#2 Pittsburgh Penguins vs #1 Washington Capitals
Best of Seven Series Format: 2-2-1-1-1
Odds to Win Series (courtesy of 5Dimes Sportsbooks): Capitals -120 / Penguins +100

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2011 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs
Eastern Conference Semifinals
#1 Washington Capitals vs #5 Tampa Bay Lightning
Friday, April 29, 2011-Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Best of seven series format, 2-2-1-1-1
Series odds: Capitals -175 / Lightning +155
Series Schedule (all times Eastern)
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Washington Capitals at Pittsburgh Penguins, Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA
Saturday, January 1, 2011, 8:00 pm Eastern, TV: NBC
Opening Line: Penguins -145 / Capitals +125
Current Line: Penguins -140 / Capitals +120
Opening Total: 6
Current Total: 5 1/2

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I know that not everyone is a hockey fan – we can’t all be Canadian. More people would be, though, if they watched games like the Montreal – Washington game tonight. I only caught the third period and the overtime, but it was amazing. Washington was going for their 15th consecutive win. They fell behind 5-2 after two periods and apparently didn’t look very good. In a crazy third period, though, the ridiculously explosive Caps scored twice in the first nine minutes, and then tied it up with just 19 seconds left after an intense, sustained flurry. Washington is ridiculously good – so good that I think that the Cup is theirs to lose. The overtime period was back and forth and just as intense. Washington controlled more of the action in the overtime period, but Montreal drove their fans into a frenzy by winning it with a goal with just eight seconds remaining. It was as exciting as a game between non-rivals in early February can possibly be.

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