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As we do every year in the weeks leading up to the Capitals’ training camp, NoVa Caps is preparing key “player previews” for the upcoming season. Today, our annual player previews continue with defenseman Dmitry Orlov.
As we do each and every year in the weeks leading up to Capitals training camp, NoVa Caps is preparing key “player previews” for the coming season. Today our annual player previews continue with T.J. Oshie.
Photo: Shaugn Butts/Edmonton Journal On Wednesday, the Edmonton Oilers announced that they signed center Leon Draisaitl to an eight-year contract worth $68 million, with a cap hit of $8.5 million. The contract is similar to the one Capitals center Evgeny … Continue reading
Player comparison: Ryan Johansen versus Evgeny Kuznetsov. Continue reading
Coming fresh off his pay day of an eight-year deal paying him $46 million, Oshie took some time out to talk to the press. Understandably so, he was all joy and geared up to wear the red for the foreseeable … Continue reading
With Andre Burakovsky due for a new contract, what will he cost the Washington Capitals? Continue reading
What will the Washington Capitals have to pay T.J. Oshie to keep him with the club long-term? Continue reading
With Evgeny Kuznetsov as a restricted free agent this summer, what will he cost the Washington Capitals? Continue reading
According to NHL rules, the first buyout window opens on the later of June 15th or 48 hours after the Stanley Cup final and closes on June 30th at 5pm EST.
The NHL is a business. And sometimes the business side of hockey is cruel. But there is also something about the business side, particularly trades and free agency, that fans find interesting. Free agency can either do good for a … Continue reading