Marcus Johansson


Post-game analysis of the Capitals’ remarkable 5-3 comeback victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning Friday night at Verizon Center:


With a 4-2 win over the Maple Leafs, the Capitals climbed to the top spot in their division. Catch up on all the action with Capitals Rewind. 


Through 16 games this season, the Capitals have suffered four regulation losses and each of them has come following a break of two or more days in the schedule.


The Capitals (9-3-0, 18 points) will look to keep the Toronto Maple Leafs (2-8-3, 7 points) at the bottom of the NHL standings when they face off tonight at Verizon Center (7 p.m., CSN-plus).


The NHL’s alternative to the Olympics begins next year with the 2016 World Cup of Hockey.