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- Nicklas Backstrom Notches 600th Career Assisst
- Alex Ovechkin Moves Into 9th Place in Career Power Play Goals
- Washington Capitals Beat Vancouver Canucks 5-2; Backstrom Scores 600th Career Assist
- Jay Beagle Receives Stanley Cup Ring
- Hershey Bears Vitek Vanecek Named CCM/AHL Player Of The Week
- Capitals Sign Kody Clark To Three-Year Entry Level Contract
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- Elite and Leading By Example: Evgeny Kuznetsov Has Emerged As One of the NHL’s Best Players and One of the Capitals’ Most Valuable Leaders
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Photo by Patrick McDermott/NHLI via Getty Images Todd Reirden is Searching for Chemistry on the Third and Fourth Line CAPITAL ONE ARENA — One thing was clear during the Capitals championship run last season – everyone contributed. But so far … Continue reading
Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images Evgeny Doesn’t “Give a Shit” About Being MVP, Only Having Fun There was one dominate player in the much-anticipated Stanley Cup rematch between the Vegas Golden Knights and the Washington Capitals – Evgeny Kuznetsov.
Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images Maybe it’s the new banner, maybe it was the adrenaline or maybe just maybe the Capitals’ top six are still hot from last season. Tonight’s home opener was a complete showcase in how the Washington … Continue reading
Despite the shootout loss, the Washington Capitals were in rare form for their pre-season opener on Sunday. But perhaps the biggest takeaway from the game was how well Pheonix Copley played.
Evgeny Kuznetsov had a breakout season last year, proving to the entire league that he is a topline forward, even on a team stacked with all-star talent like Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom.