Times are tough for the Washington Capitals as they scratch and crawl for a shot at the NHL playoffs. Most of their top players have been locked up long-term for […]
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George McPhee has drawn a lot of criticism during his 15 year tenure as General Manager of the Capitals, and much of it has been deserved. He’s made questionable free […]
With the Leafs’ recent disaster at the center position, I want to discuss an issue that many have talked about in the past few years – is Tyler Bozak a suitable center for Phil Kessel?
Brooks Laich, Troy Brouwer and Marcus Johansson comprise the Washington Capitals’ second line. As the second line, their job is to be a consistent offensive threat; their job is to […]
The Washington Capitals kept another one of their own Friday afternoon, re-signing 34 year old speedy forward Jason Chimera to a two year contract worth four million dollars. Chimera will […]
Like many Capitals fans, I have been generally baffled by Adam Oates’ decision to bury left winger Martin Erat on the fourth line. As an established top-six forward—for whom the […]
Alexander Ovechkin is a beast and Devan Dubnyk can’t stop a beach ball. There is your week one analysis. Thanks for reading! Okay, there is a lot more to get […]
No fantasy hockey leagues are won on draft night. Many hopeful GM’s give their roster a once-over and immediately decide that this is the squad that will bring home the […]
The Blackhawks raised their Stanley Cup banner last night. They also won the game, which was pretty important too. [The Guardian] A great look on the impact of re-alignment for […]
NHL Opening Night. It feels like so long since there was actual meaningful hockey on TV, and I’m sure everyone is just as excited as I am that the […]
The DC fan base exploded with joy this past week over the Grabovski signing. While this is an improvement in the current roster, Grabovski does nothing more that put the […]
Jonathan Toews. Anze Kopitar. Patrice Bergeron. Sidney Crosby. Pavel Datsyuk. Ryan Getzlaf. Rod Brind’Amour. All-star team? Close. They are the number one centers of the all Stanley Cup champions since […]