Carolina Hurricanes

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With the Caps and Carolina Hurricanes tied at 0, Matt Niskanen made sure it stayed that way as he swept a puck that had gotten past goalie Philipp Gruabuer off the goal line.

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The Capitals (28-6-2, 58 points) will play their final game of 2015 in Raleigh, N.C., tonight at 6 p.m. when they take on the Carolina Hurricanes (15-17-5, 35 points) at RBC Arena.

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With defensemen John Carlson and Brooks Orpik sidelined by lower body injuries the Capitals have recalled defenseman Aaron Ness from the AHL Hershey Bears.

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If there is one thing that defines a championship-caliber team, it’s having the ability to win a variety of ways.

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