The Washington Capitals’ firing of Bruce Boudreau came as a shock to few. The team wasn’t performing, and hadn’t been performing for a month. What did bring a certain amount […]
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The Caps were able to break their two-game mini-funk, winning 3-1 in New Jersey Friday night over the Devils, but couldn’t keep it up as they lost 3-2 via shootout […]
Last night, the Washington Capitals came back from a 3-0 deficit in the second period to beat the Anaheim Ducks 5-4 in overtime. No one is talking about that this […]
The Washington Capitals are off to their best start in franchise history. In the last few seasons, the Capitals have set many new franchise records, as they have their most […]
Call it what you want, but the Caps at 7-0 matters. The argument stands that Washington can go 82-0 and it wouldn’t matter because of their postseason history. However, the point […]
The Caps have more flexibility with their contracts. In signing his players, McPhee has built himself out-clauses of sorts by the timing and length of the deals. The young defensemen can get contracts as the older ones move out, and the core pieces of the offense are already locked up.
On Monday, the Florida Panthers acquired the negotiating rights of soon-to-be unrestricted free agent Tomas Kopecky from the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for a conditional draft pick. By Wednesday, the Panthers had signed Kopecky to a four-year, $12 million deal paying the left-winger $3 million annually after his career year of 15 goals and 42 points (with a -13!) in 2010-11 with Chicago. Don’t laugh just yet—it gets better.
Late Wednesday night, the rights of Steve Montador, another upcoming UFA, were traded to Chicago from the Buffalo Sabres in exchange for a 2012 seventh round draft pick. What kind of a bizarro world have we entered where Montador is actually a hot commodity prior to free agency frenzy that comes on July 1?
**Note: Varlamov may still return to the NHL because of a fallout from the KHL deal. It is not official, but Varlamov’s first choice is to head to the KHL. […]
Since Terry Pegula purchased the Buffalo Sabres back on February 22, Buffalo hockey fans have been in an uproar over the anticipation of the first offseason under the new regime. With Pegula’s seemingly bottomless pockets comes […]
Now that the smoke has cleared from the Stanley Cup finals and the 2010 season its time to look ahead to the 2011 off-season. This is the first real off-season […]
While the rest of the hockey world lays their personnel interests to rest until the Stanley Cup Finals are over, it appears the Washington Capitals have been using their off […]
A lot of fans are positive that Brad Richards will be donning the Maple Leafs’ blue and white next season, but what if he signs somewhere else?