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Tag Archives: Arbitration
As hockey season winds down in the coming weeks, it is time to look ahead to the NHL offseason. Here are some key offseason dates to keep in mind as we approach the end of hockey season:
Photo: Sporting News Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson‘s suspension was reduced to 14 games from 20 by neutral arbitrator Shyam Das on Tuesday, the NHL announced. Wilson appealed to a neutral arbitrator after NHL commissioner Gary Bettman upheld the suspension the … Continue reading
Marcus Johansson and the Washington Capitals are scheduled for their arbitration hearing this Wednesday (July 20th) in Toronto. Initial pre-case filings required by each side in advance of the hearing were submitted to the NHL today.
The NHL Players Association has announced arbitration dates for all players who have filed for Arbitration.
Washington Capitals forward Marcus Johansson has elected to file for arbitration. Defenseman Dmitry Orlov chose not to do so.
The Washington Capitals hosted its first Chalk Talk of the season before the Caps-Blackhawks game. Don Fishman, Assistant General Manager and Director of Legal Affairs spoke to group of a hundred or so season ticket holders about the team’s salary … Continue reading
(Photo: TSN.ca) There has been a lot of excitement within the past days for the Washington Capitals and their fans. Franchise goaltender Braden Holtby and the Capitals agreed to a five-year extension worth $30.5 million. Both sides met with the … Continue reading
The arbitration case for Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby is set for 9:00 AM this morning in Toronto. Should no contract be signed prior to the arbitration hearing, both the Capitals and Braden Holtby’s “camp” will make their cases heard and present justification for the contract … Continue reading