July 19th, 2016 In Washington Capitals 0 comments

Last season, at this point in time, everything was perfect for the Washington Capitals. They acquired T.J. Oshie in a trade for Troy Brouwer, and made some more moves to secure one of the NHL's strongest rosters. When the time finally came for this team to hit the ice, they dominated. Braden Holtby was by far the best goaltender in the league,...

July 18th, 2016 In Editor's Choice, Washington Capitals 0 comments

The Washington Capitals have had a pretty quiet offseason thus far. They acquired a third line centre in Lars Eller and pretty much plan to go into the next season with high expectations and hopes to excel when it comes to Stanley Cup contention. However, there is one more thing they have to handle, and that is re-signing restricted free agent...

July 18th, 2016 In News, Washington Capitals 0 comments

On Monday, the Washington Capitals' Marcus Johansson submitted his initial request of $5.25 million ahead of arbitration set to take place on Wednesday in Toronto. The Washington Capitals have countered with an offer of $3.85 million, reported Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman. Marcus Johansson: Club arb offer: $3.85M. Player ask: $5.25M —...

July 16th, 2016 In Capitals Transactions, News, Top Stories, Washington Capitals 0 comments

The Washington Capitals are struggling to reach common ground on a long-term contract extension with restricted free agent forward Marcus Johansson, according to multiple reports. Capitals, Johansson struggling to reach long-term deal https://t.co/flaJ6rIPpbpic.twitter.com/ctCcygCqnR — theScore NHL (@theScoreNHL) July 15, 2016 Johansson...

July 15th, 2016 In Capitals Management, Washington Capitals 0 comments

The Washington Capitals found themselves in a desirable situation entering this off-season. They didn't have too many big name players hitting free agency, meaning that the majority of their Presidents' Trophy-winning core from the 2015-16 campaign is destined to return next season. Because this is a team under a self-proclaimed two-year window...

July 13th, 2016 In Washington Capitals 0 comments

It’s never too early to start speculating about the Washington Capitals’ potential day-one starting offensive lines for the upcoming NHL season. There were no trades or free-agency deals affecting the top-six forwards, but some ins and outs occurred below that threshold. Let’s jump in and take a look at the potential line combinations...

July 12th, 2016 In Editor's Choice, Top Stories, Washington Capitals 0 comments

The 2015-16 Washington Capitals’ NHL season was supposed to lock in place all the puzzle pieces needed for the franchise’s first Stanley Cup win. Of course, that did not pan out as planned and – to rub salt to some already festering wounds – the Caps were eliminated by arch-rival – and eventual Stanley Cup winning – Pittsburgh...

July 3rd, 2016 In Capitals Prospects, Uncategorized, Washington Capitals 0 comments

After a week of drills, fast skating and working on the little details, the Washington Capitals' prospects wrapped up Development Camp on Saturday, ending the week-long mini-camp with a scrimmage between the White Team and the Red Team. The White Team came out victorious, and with that, there were a couple of notable standouts from camp all...

July 2nd, 2016 In Capitals Transactions, Free Agents, Washington Capitals 0 comments

As expected, the Washington Capitals were relatively quiet on the first day of the 2016 free agency period. They made several depth signings to stock the shelves in Hershey, including a starting goaltender and a few skaters for their AHL affiliate. Among these signings, though, one stood out from the rest as one that could greatly benefit the...

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