In The Loop: Capitals back after mini break, Mancini hits 4th HR of season

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In The Loop: Capitals back after mini break, Mancini hits 4th HR of season originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

First up in our look around the sports world, after a much needed break for rest, the Washington Capitals were seen back on the ice at MedStar Iceplex for practice ahead of their big East Division game against the New York Islanders. That begins a series of three in a row between the two teams who met in last summer's Stanley Cup Playoffs. 

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Next up, Trey Mancini’s return to the field for the Orioles after battling colon cancer just keeps getting better. Against the Miami Marlins Tuesday night, the first basemen sent a bomb deep into LoanDepot park to notch his 4th homerun of the season.

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Lastly, after breaking the all-time record for most games played in NHL history, Patrick Marleau’s San Jose Sharks jersey was taken away to be eventually put into the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto. Marleau skated in his 1,768th career game to break Gordie Howe's record Monday night  when the Sharks took on the Vegas Golden Knights.

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