Sports Daily: Wednesday could be the biggest D.C. sports night in forever

Trea Turner given ‘mental day off’ Monday after going hitless over the weekend; ‘Let’s keep it going’: Fire Dan Snyder guy was in Pittsburgh to see Caps win again; Barry Trotz made two tweaks that kept the Capitals from elimination; ‘You’ll hold my heart forever’: Bryce Harper reads Mother’s Day letter on ESPN; Capitals-Penguins Game 7 preview and discussion thread: Washington has its chance to truly change the narrative; Thanks to Kendrick Perkins, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook are talking again; What exactly is Fox Sports 1 doing with Katie Nolan?;
 
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Wednesday could be the biggest D.C. sports night in forever
We’re talking about the hockey team potentially winning its biggest game in 19 years, at the exact same moment, on the exact same night that the basketball team is potentially winning its biggest game in 38 years.
Trea Turner given ‘mental day off’ Monday after going hitless over the weekend
Turner went 0 for 13 with six strikeouts in three games against the Phillies.
 
‘Let’s keep it going’: Fire Dan Snyder guy was in Pittsburgh to see Caps win again
Washington’s good luck charm was at Game 6 to watch his team in another must-win. He’ll be at Game 7 too.
 
Barry Trotz made two tweaks that kept the Capitals from elimination
The Capitals now hold a plus-121 shot attempt differential advantage at even strength.
 
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‘You’ll hold my heart forever’: Bryce Harper reads Mother’s Day letter on ESPN
Sorry Nationals fans, Harper’s post-home run hand signal isn’t for you.
 
Capitals-Penguins Game 7 preview and discussion thread: Washington has its chance to truly change the narrative
What better way for the Capitals to exorcise their playoff demons than by beating their archrivals in such dramatic fashion? But then again … they could lose.
 
Thanks to Kendrick Perkins, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook are talking again
Thank goodness that’s over.
 
What exactly is Fox Sports 1 doing with Katie Nolan?
It’s now been almost three months since the network announced that “Garbage Time” was going on hiatus.
 
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