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Tag Archives: 2018-2019 Washington Capitals
Photo: Julio Cortez/Associated Press “I think it’ll be a hell of a series,” said Trotz, who coached the Washington Capitals for four seasons before joining the New York Islanders in June 2018. “Both teams are well equipped to go at … Continue reading
Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images 34 games into the 2019-20 NHL season, the Washington Capitals stand alone at the top of the NHL standings, compiling a 24-5-5 record. This year’s edition of the Capitals are impressive so far, boasting the … Continue reading
Ok, ok, let’s all just take a step back, have a nice deep breath and remember that this team won the Stanley Cup last year. Or have you forgot?
Hockey journalist James Mirtle released his annual compilation of team’s physical stats on Wednesday. The report details the average height, weight and age for all 31 NHL teams based on each team’s current rosters. So how do the Capitals stack … Continue reading
Photo: @Capitals Well that was a shorter summer than usual and I don’t think anyone is complaining about it. But last season is behind us and it’s time to focus on the future and trying to go back to back. … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals made a third round of cuts to their training camp roster on Wednesday, leaving just 33 players who remain in camp: 20 forwards, 9 defensemen and four goaltenders. Among those still in training camp is second round … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals will host Rock the Red Carpet on F Street in front of Capital One Arena from 4 to 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 3, prior to the Capitals Banner Raising Night presented by GEICO. (Photo set from … Continue reading
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.
“Tom Wilson”. That’s it, that’s all one has to say to start a heated conversation inside the hockey world. He is the most controversial players in the league with Boston Bruin Brad “The Licker” Marchand a close second. When it … Continue reading