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Monthly Archives: June 2017
What a week! Friday morning was the final day of practice sessions at Development Camp. NoVa Caps has all the video highlights you need from day four. On Saturday morning, the camp will conclude with a scrimmage.
In a release, the Washington Capitals announced that Russian defenseman Dmitry Orlov has signed a six-year, 30.6 million dollar deal.
Get ready for the insanity – free agency officially opens tomorrow, and while the Capitals and Bears have already made moves to shore up their restricted free agents, there are 11 others who are poised to test the waters of … Continue reading
Since the Capitals re-signed top-line right wing T.J. Oshie to an eight-year contract, fellow right wing Justin Williams’ future has been one of the many topics of discussions. It seems all but inevitable that Williams will be looking for a … Continue reading
Who are the top unrestricted free agents heading in to the 2017 NHL Free Agency frenzy? Continue reading
If you love great goaltending the place you had to be this Thursday morning was at Kettler Capitals Iceplex. Adam Carlson, Collin Delia, Michael Lackey, and Mack Shields were each stellar on the ice.
HERSHEY, PA – In a release, the Washington Capitals announced that they have re-signed center Chandler Stephenson to a two-year, 1.3 million dollar contract. Like Pheonix Copley’s deal, the first year will be a two-way deal and the second year … Continue reading
One of the most anticipated events of Washington Capitals Fan Fest 2017 was the Alumni Game which took place Tuesday evening. Caps alumni were divided into two teams: Red and White. They played three 15-minute periods with 10-minute intermissions between.
After a long and exciting first day, the future Capitals were back on the Kettler ice for the second day of Development Camp. Today’s sessions featured drills by the goaltenders followed by a full practice session.