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Photo: AP News With the 2022 NHL Draft in the books and most of the key unrestricted free agents under contract for the 2022-23 camapign, teams have changed their teams for the better, worse, or maybe not much. NoVa Caps … Continue reading
Stanley Cup Winning Coach Jared Bednar Brings Cup To South Carolina Stingrays Arena, Started Coaching Career With Capitals ECHL Affliliate
Photo: @SCStingrays Jared Bednar, head coach of the 2022 Stanley Cup Winning Colorado Avalanche, got his start as a head coach in the Washington Capitals’ system, coaching for the South Carolina Stingrays. Before the 2007-08 season, he was promoted to … Continue reading
New Capitals Goaltender Darcy Kuemper: “I Ended Up With A Great Organization, Great Team, and I’m Really Excited”
Screen cap: @Capitals The Washington Capitals headed into the first day of free agency in need of two goaltenders, after trading Vitek Vanecek and not making a qualifying offer to Ilya Samsonov. General Manager Brian MacLellan accomplished both within a … Continue reading
John Locher/Associated Press Former Washington Capitals and Colorado Avalanche forward Andre Burakovsky signed a five-year, $27.5 million deal with the Seattle Kraken on the first day of free agency. The deal reunites him with former Capitals teammate Philipp Grubauer.
Photo: Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports With the 2021-22 NHL season now in the books, teams will look to improve through trades, free agency, the entry draft, and more ways. NoVa Caps provides a list of every move throughout the offseason.
Photo: Palm Beach Post Every season, teams across the NHL try to improve their team from outside of their respective organizations and some try to do it for the present. While all moves are made for good intentions, some backfire … Continue reading
“I’m Really Excited For Him to Be in the Finals, Hopefully He Can Go Get Another One”: T.J. Oshie Hopes Former Capitals Teammate Andre Burakovsky Wins Another Stanley Cup
USA TODAY For the Washington Capitals, the offseason preparation has intensified as June has arrived and has gotten underway. Players have gone their separate ways and most have returned to their offseason homes. Right wing TJ Oshie has had a … Continue reading
St. Louis Blues Fan Laila Anderson, Inspiration During Team’s 2019 Stanley Cup Run, Pumps Enterprise Center Crowd Up Ahead of Game 6
NHL In the 2019 Stanley Cup Final, the St. Louis Blues captured their first Stanley Cup in franchise history, defeating the Boston Bruins in seven games. Aside from the team’s run to the Cup, the biggest story surrounding the team … Continue reading
Avalanche Scratch Burakovsky For Game 4 vs. Blues On Four-Year Anniversary Of Two-Goal Game 7 For Capitals
Photo: The Lines According to The Athletic’s Peter Baugh, the Colorado Avalanche scratched left-wing Andre Burakovsky for Game 4 of their second-round Stanley Cup Playoff series against the St. Louis Blues at Enterprise Center on Monday.
Photo by Michael Martin/NHLI via Getty Images The warning signs were everywhere. By all accounts, the Colorado Avalanche would be an extremely tough “out” for the Washington Capitals on Monday night. The Avalanche held one of the league’s top two … Continue reading