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Category Archives: Free Agency
Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images North America After the departure of longtime fourth-line center Jay Beagle in free agency, the Capitals were seemingly left with a hole at the fourth-line pivot position for the first time in several seasons. In order … Continue reading
Which teams stock is up, down, or unchanged in the Metropolitan Division for 2018-19? Continue reading
Photo: The Sportster CapFriendly.com tweeted on Tuesday afternoon how income taxes are considered in contracts. This came after Tampa Bay Lightning forward Nikita Kucherov signed an eight-year contract extension worth $76 million ($9.5 million AAV) on Tuesday. Kucherov, who was … Continue reading
Photo: Sports Illustrated While fans may have questioned some of the moves Capitals‘ general manager Brian MacLellan made last summer, the man knew what he was doing, putting together a team that delivered the franchise’s first-ever Stanley Cup championship. The … Continue reading
Photo: NHL.com The Capitals have done a great job of keeping the core pieces intact from their Stanley Cup run by re-signing key players such as defenseman John Carlson, defenseman Michal Kempny, and forward Devante Smith-Pelly, but they had to … Continue reading
Photo: Sports Illustrated Now that July 1 has come and gone and most of the big name free agents are signed, it’s time to take a look at who took a big step towards Stanley Cup contention and who failed … Continue reading
Photo: NHL.com The Washington Capitals have re-signed center Travis Boyd to a two-year contract worth $1.6 million ($800,000 AAV).
Photo: NHL.com The Washington Capitals signed center Nic Dowd to a one-year contract worth $650,000 to replace Jay Beagle as the fourth-line center.