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Window is Still Wide Open for Capitals




Barry Trotz had to return to the drawing board this offseason after failing to get beyond the next round of the playoffs for the 2nd consecutive year. The Capitals were by far the best team at the 2015-16 regular season but were incredibly unfortunate to run to a Penguins team which found its match later in the summer and stayed hot until they hoisted the Stanley Cup after six matches in the final. This is the problem with seven-game series: it is unbelievably tough to acquire you, let alone four in a row.
Washington is still an incredibly gifted, well-coached team that has a star goalie and the best goal scorer in the league. The Caps have some hefty expectations weighing on them going into the new season and should they falter in the playoffs again, there might be some serious changes on the horizon.
Stanley Cup +1000
The Caps are entering their 43rd season this season, making it 42 straight years they haven’t won a Stanley Cup. Thus, what are the chances they could break that trend and make their first league title this year? Well, only 1 group since the 2005-06 lockout, the 2007-08 Red Wings, was in a position to win the Cup the year after winning the Presidents’ Trophy. Washington has become decent odds right now due to the outrageous line around the Blackhawks, and it makes sense for them to be connected with the Penguins. They have to win a Cup sooner or later, right?
Eastern Conference +500
The track record is a little bit better for conference championships but not by a lot — Washington has won just one Eastern Conference championship and qualified to the last round of the Stanley Cup playoffs just once in its foundation. The Caps haven’t made it beyond the second round of the movie since 1997-98 when they won their first and only Prince of Wales Trophy against the Buffalo Sabres en route to their only Finals appearance, where they had been swept by the Red Wings.
Metropolitan Division +195
The race to the Metropolitan branch is expected to be between two horses as the Penguins slightly border the Caps in division odds at +180 on BetOnline. Pittsburgh is probably going to be a challenging train to cease if they’ve retained some of those vicious momentum which carried them through the late phases of the 2015-16 season.
The Caps have won nine division championships in their history, including four in a row in 2007 to 2010. Since 2005-06, 27.5 percent of teams which have lost out in the playoffs at the second round have gone on to win their division the next year. That’s not a great trend for the value being offered but as I mentioned , this race is basically a toss-up between the Caps and Pens — choose your puppy and stick to your guns.
Season Points OVER/UNDER 106.5
Since the NHL embraced the shootout, teams that have led the league in points have gone on to score a mean of 106.5 points another season — hmmm, sounds familiar. BetOnline really nailed online so it’s tough to find much worth here. My only advice is that I can’t find the Caps being any worse this season than they were the last. Goaltender Braden Holtby is at his prime right now and forward such as Evgeny Kuznetzov have made major leaps forward. The bottom teams in their division will be more competitive this season so they may lose a few of the easy points they got last season. I believe they move OVER although maybe not by much — I’ll say 109.
The Caps have the highest projected point total on many betting sites and if they do end up winning back-to-back Presidents’ Trophies, see. Just eight winners since the inception of the award in 1985 have gone on to win the Cup — that’s just 25 per cent of Presidents’ Trophy winners.

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