Tag Archives: Brenden Dillon
Photo: NBC Olympics Another year of Washington Capitals hockey has come and gone as has another round of moves after a third straight first-round exit in the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs. They did not work out as well as everyone … Continue reading
Photo: Zimbio With the 2022 NHL Trade Deadline a week away, NoVa Caps takes a look at Washington Capitals GM Brian MacLellan’s five best trades since taking over.
Photo: Getty Images With the 2022 NHL Trade Deadline just under a month away, NoVa Caps reviews Washington Capitals GM Brian MacLellan’s first seven trade deadlines on the job.
If you’ve followed NoVa Caps for any decent amount of time, you know we call it like we see it, and will criticize when criticism is necessary. This includes any questionable moves made by Capitals General Manager Brian McLellan. We’ve … Continue reading
Capitals’ T.J. Oshie On Being Protected In NHL Expansion Draft: “I’m So Happy To Be Here. This Is My Home Now.”
Washington Capitals right-wing T.J. Oshie called the offseason “a good time to get back with the family and kids” during his session with the media on the first day of training camp on Thursday. He travelled and went to Seattle … Continue reading
Photo: @BDillon04 Former Washington Capitals defenseman Brenden Dillon spoke to the media via Zoom call last Tuesday afternoon, roughly 18 hours or so after it was announced he had been traded to the Winnipeg Jets.
Photo: Washington City Paper According to the TSN’s Darren Dreger, the Washington Capitals have traded left-handed defenseman Brendan Dillon on Monday night to the Winnipeg Jets in exchange for second-round picks in the 2022 and 2023 NHL Drafts.
Photo: Nick Waas/AP With the 2021 NHL Expansion Draft just 18 days away and each team having to lose player to the Seattle Kraken, some teams will lose a significant part of their rosters that will leave gaping holes while … Continue reading
Photo: Sportsnet After a third consecutive first-round exit in the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs, change is almost certainly coming to the Washington Capitals as they had the NHL’s oldest roster this past season.
Photo: @Capitals The Washington Capitals 2019-20 roster saw significant changeover during the last offeseason. Changes included a new coaching staff, tweaks to the bottom-six forward group as well a substantial overhaul of the Capitals’ defense.