Capitals Doomed By Their Own Offensive Pressure

Posted: 22nd November 2009 by Eric LaForge in NHL
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Offense is something that the Washington Capitals should be very proud of. They have a very potent offense that can hit you from a bunch of different directions. However, when they meet a goalie that is up to the task, they have a hard time winning games. ThatÆs why WashingtonÆs biggest strength, can also become its biggest weakness. We saw this over the weekend when the Caps played Toronto. The Toronto game was pretty interesting. They met a goalie who was up to the task of playing them, and were limited in how many goals they scored. The goal that Toronto scored was because of too much offensive pressure. They were able to carry the puck out of their defensive zone and create a 4-on-2. Even at the end of the play, you can still see two of the Caps players trailing extremely far behind ...

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