1. Last 10 Seasons

             Finish           GP      W        L       OT     Pts                      Playoff Results

    2007-2008
    2008-2009
    2009-2010
    2010-2011
    2011-2012
    2012-2013
    2013-2014
    2014-2015
    2015-2016
    2016-2017

    2nd of Southeast
    2nd of Southeast
    3rd of Southeast
    3rd of Southeast
    5th of Southeast
    3rd of Southeast
    7th of Metropolitan
    8th of Metropolitan
    6th of Metropolitan
    7th of Metropolitan

    82
    82
    82
    82
    82
    48
    82
    82
    82
    ​82

    43
    45
    35
    40
    33
    19
    36
    30
    35
    36

    33
    30
    37
    31
    33
    25
    35
    41
    31
    31

    6
    7
    10
    11
    16
    4
    11
    11
    16
    15

    92
    97
    80
    91
    82
    42
    83
    71
    86
    87

    Did not qualify
    Lost in Conference Finals to Pittsburgh 4-0
    Did not qualify
    Did not qualify
    Did not qualify
    Did not qualify
    Did not qualify
    Did not qualify
    Did not qualify
    Did not qualify

The Boston Bruins are a professional ice hockey team based in Boston, Massachusetts. They are members of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). The team has been in existence since 1924, and is the league's third-oldest team overall and the oldest in the United States. It is also an Original Six franchise, along with the Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers and Toronto Maple Leafs. The Bruins have won six Stanley Cup championships, tied for fourth most of all-time with the Blackhawks and tied second-most of any American NHL team also with the Blackhawks (behind the Red Wings, who have 11).

The first facility to host the Bruins was the Boston Arena (today's Matthews Arena) — the world's oldest (built 1909–10) indoor ice hockey facility still in use for the sport at any level of competition — and following the Bruins' departure from the Boston Arena, the team played its home games at the Boston Garden for 67 seasons, beginning in 1928 and concluding in 1995, when they moved to the TD Garden.
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The Washington Capitals (often shortened to Caps) are a professional ice hockey 
team based in Washington, D.C. They are members of the Metropolitan Division of
the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). Since their founding
in 1974, the Capitals have won one conference championship (in 1998), and
ten division titles. In 1997, the team moved their home ice hockey rink from the
suburban Capital Centre(located in Landover, Maryland) to the new MCI Center
(now Verizon Center), in Washington, D.C.

Businessman Ted Leonsis has owned the team since 1999, and has revitalized the franchise by drafting star players such as Alexander Ovechkin, Nicklas Bäckström, Mike Green and Braden Holtby. The 2009–10 Capitals won the franchise's first-ever Presidents' Trophy for being the team with the most points at the end of the regular season. They won it a second time in 2015–16, and did so for a third time the following season in 2016–17.
  1. Retired Numbers

    1. Rod Langway
    2. Yvon Labre
    3. Mike Gartner
    4. Dale Hunter

    #5 D
    #7 D
       #11 RW
    #32 C

  1. Top 3 Goaltender with Most Regular Season Wins

    Seasons        GP         W          L         T/O

    1. Olaf Kolzig
    2. Braden Holtby
    3. Don Beaupre

    1990-2008
    2011-
    1989-1994

    711
    307
    269

    301
    191
    128

    293
    73
    96

    86
    31
    27

  2. Top 5 Regular Season Point-Scorers

    Seasons   Pos    GP         G           A         Pts 

    1. Alex Ovechkin
    2. Peter Bondra
    3. Mike Gartner
    4. Nicklas Backstrom
    5. Michal Pivonka

    2006-
    1991-2004
    1980-1989
    2008-
    1987-1999

    LW
    RW
    RW
    C
    C

    921
    961
    758
    734
    825

    558
    472
    397
    188
    181

    477
    353
    392
    540
    418

    1,035
    825
    789
    728
    599

  1. Team Captains

    11. Steve Konowalchuk
    12. Jeff Halpern
    13. Chris Clark
    14. Alexander Ovechkin

    2002-2003
    2005-2006
    2006-2009
    2010-

  2. Team Captains

    6. Rod Langway
    7. Kevin Hatcher
    8. Dale Hunter
    9. Adam Oates
    10. Konowalchuk & Witt

    1982-1993
    1993-1994
    1994-1999
    1955-1957
    2001-2002

  3. Team Captains

    1. Doug Mohns
    2. Bill Clement
    3. Yvon Labre
    4. Guy Charron
    5. Ryan Walter

    1974-1975
    1975-1976
    1976-1978
    1978-1979
    1979-1982

  1. Last 10 Seasons

             Finish           GP      W        L       OT     Pts                      Playoff Results

    2007-2008
    2008-2009
    2009-2010
    2010-2011
    2011-2012
    2012-2013
    2013-2014
    2014-2015
    2015-2016
    2016-2017

    1st of Southeast
    1st of Southeast
    1st of Southeast
    1st of Southeast
    2nd of Southeast
    1st of Southeast
    5th of Metropolitan
    2nd of Metropolitan
    1st of Metropolitan
    1st of Metropolitan

    82
    82
    82
    82
    82
    48
    82
    82
    82
    ​82

    43
    50
    54
    48
    42
    27
    38
    45
    56
    55

    31
    24
    15
    23
    32
    18
    30
    26
    18
    19

    8
    8
    13
    11
    8
    3
    14
    11
    8
    8

    94
    108
    121
    107
    92
    57
    90
    101
    120
    118

    Lost Conference Quarterfinals to Philadelphia 4-3
    Lost Conference Semifinals to Pittsburgh 4-3
    Lost Conference Quarterfinals to Montreal 4-3
    Lost Conference Semifinals to Tampa Bay 4-0
    Lost Conference Semifinals to NY Rangers 4-3
    Lost Conference Quarterfinals to NY Rangers 4-3
    Did not qualify
    Lost Second Round to NY Rangers 4-3
    Lost Second Round to Pittsburgh 4-2
    Lost Second Round to Pittsburgh  4-3