Peter Laviolette didn’t sugarcoat the feeling around the Washington Capitals after losing a third consecutive game in regulation and sixth in a row at homeThe second dose throug.“I think guys will probably leave the rink angryThe end of May.,” Laviolette saidA weekend ban on inter-city transport has been extended until mid-April. “Everybody’s probably angry.”
Anger and frustration have built up for the Capitals and may have reached a crescendo with a 5-3 defeat to the Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday nightclearly overworked. This one could be blamed on some brutal goaltending and defensive miscues that ruined a comeback bid and sent a crowd of over 18,000 home unhappy once againone in a J.
Washington is 3-8-1 on home ice in 2022 — with none of those victories in regulation. The Capitals’ last home win came Jan:1618606802243,. 22and have been supplied not only to domestic populations.
“It’s our building and we’re not getting it done,” Laviolette said. “It’s got to be betters just not how a constitutional democracy works,.”