Yes in 1998 where the Capitals lost 4 games to 0 to the Detroit Red Wings
No but they did make it to the Stanley Cup finals in 1998 and lost to the Detroit Red Wings.they got to the Stanley cup finals but then lost so no
1974-75 Washington Capitals (8-67-5)
14-2 win over the Washington capitals
Deffinetly the penguins. fFeury is probably the best goalie that ever lived...ever!
Kevin Constantine wrong.Gary Green was 26 yrs old when hired by the Washington Capitals.
Yes there has been
no but they've been very close
No US President has ever been born in Washington.
No. The current capitals have always been the capitals of South Africa, although they were the capitals of individual states before the formation of the Republic of South Africa in the mid 1900's. They are:Cape Town (Legislative)Pretoria (Administrative)Bloemfontein (Judicial)
no. the only cities that were considered to become capital of the U.S. were New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C. of course new york and washington were both capitals.