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Source: Last Word on Hockey The Washington Capitals acquired defenseman Jakub Jerabek from the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday afternoon. Washington sent their 2019 fifth round pick to Montreal for the 26-year old blueliner.
Photo: Yahoo Sports The Capitals, at times this season, have struggled in games and many fans or analysts tend to point at one thing or another as the source of the problem. Goaltending has been a relatively stable position all … Continue reading
Can the Washington Capitals keep their winning streak alive as they face off with the Tampa Bay Lightning? Continue reading
In need of some NHL-ready defensive depth with two rookies (Madison Bowey and Christian Djoos) playing in their top four, the Washington Capitals acquired defenseman Michal Kempny from the Chicago Blackhawks on Monday afternoon.
Photo: Getty Images In the 43-year history of the Capitals, just three players have worn No. 92 on the back of their sweaters. While budding superstar Evgeny Kuznetsov is the most recent and current owner of the number, longtime NHLer … Continue reading
What will the Metropolitan Division clubs do at the 2018 NHL Trade Deadline? Continue reading
The Washington Capitals are 4-3-3 in their last 10 games. Continue reading
Photo: Getty Images Earlier today, the Capitals’ lines for tonight’s game against the Winnipeg Jets were announced. It came as a surprise to some that right wing Brett Connolly had been placed on the second-line rather than in the bottom-six, … Continue reading