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Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports Since Ryan Stimson has published his piece about individual playing styles and how they mesh with each other on Hockey-Graphs, I wanted to do the exercise of finding the most optimal Caps lineup. Then I read … Continue reading
This summer has been tough for the Capitals and Caps Nation. As General Manager Brian MacLellan put it, the Caps have the Stanley Cup hangover without the Stanley Cup.
Which Washington Capitals Players Will Need to Improve in 2017-18 in Order For the Club to Remain in Playoff Contention?
What Capitals Players Need to step up for the 2017-18 season? Continue reading
How will the Washington Capitals lines get filled in training camp? Continue reading
Will the Capitals still remain a Stanley Cup Contender in 2017-18? Here are 5 reasons why they will be. Continue reading
We’ve officially reached the lazy days of the off-season, but that doesn’t mean Capitals news and rumors have taken the summer off. Here is the latest Capitals news from the hockey world:
The faces that surround Alex Ovechkin continue to change and evolve in Washington D.C. Continue reading
Andre Burakovsky was interviewed by Andreas Kack of the Swedish news outlet Aftonbladet, just hours after signing his new two-year deal with the Washington Capitals. Here is a translation of a portion of the interview.
Photo: Sports Illustrated Having already locked up three of their five restricted free agents (Brett Connolly, Dmitry Orlov, and Evgeny Kuznetsov), the Capitals continued to check off the rest of their to-do list as they announced the signing of young … Continue reading