Washington Capitals Head Coach: ‘I See Us Winning a Lot of Hockey Games’

December 16th, 2010 by Trent Reinsmith Leave a reply »
The Washington Capitals winless streak reached seven straight when they fell in overtime to the Anaheim Ducks on Wednesday December 15 by a score of 2-1. Following the game head coach Bruce Boudreau spoke to the media and he seemed much more upbeat compared to his talk following the Capitals 7-0 lambasting at the hands of the New York Rangers on Sunday.

“They [the Capitals] were very focused. They did the game plan to a T and I thought we played very good,” Boudreau said. “Sometimes you play very good and lose. We got a point for the psyche, which is very big.”

The Capitals have two days off before they face the Boston Bruins on Saturday in Boston. “We’ll have two good practices,” said Boudreau. “Then we’ll be on our way and go to Boston and give her hell.”

Boudreau acknowledged that the team played a sound defensive game, allowing the Ducks only 24 shots on goal. In respect to that type of play the coach said, “I see us winning a lot of hockey games in the future, but right now it’s frustrating because no one’s used to this.”

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