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The Washington Capitals are celebrating Black History during the month of February. The month-long celebration culminated on Saturday with a day of events for the Capitals-Rangers game at Capital One Arena. One of the scheduled events included a ceremonial puck … Continue reading
Leading the Next Generation: Washington Capitals Welcome 10-Year Old Deaf Hockey Player and Actor Keivonn Woodard to Friday’s Practice
Washington Capitals On the day former Washington Capitals forward Devante Smith-Pelly attended the team’s practice at MedStar Capitals Iceplex ahead of their February 25 Celebrating Black History festivities, the Caps also welcomed a special visitor in the form of 1o-year … Continue reading
DSP Back in DC: Devante Smith-Pelly Returns to MedStars Capitals Iceplex Ahead of Capitals’ Celebrating Black History Game on February 25
Washington Capitals The Washington Capitals welcomed alumni and 2018 Stanley Cup hero Devante Smith-Pelly back to MedStar Capitals Iceplex on Friday ahead of their Celebrating Black History festivities at Capital One Arena on February 25.
The Washington Capitals returned to work for practice on Friday following their 4-2 loss to the Anaheim Ducks Thursday night. They next host the New York Rangers in the final game of their three-game homestand on Saturday afternoon. Puck drop … Continue reading
2018 Stanley Cup Hero Devante Smith-Pelly To Join Capitals For Black History Night on February 25: “I Think it’s Only Right to Help the Next Generation of Players…Be A Good Influence”
Ethan Miller/Getty Images The Washington Capitals will host Black History Night on February 25 at Capital One Arena, and among those in attendance will be a man whose name is etched in the franchise’s and NHL history forever.
Photo: Getty Images Former Washington Capitals right-wing and 2018 Stanley Cup Champion Devante Smith-Pelly announced his retirement from professional hockey on Friday. The announcement was made on his personal Instagram page.
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.
Photo: @Capitals It’s often stated but rarely realized. “This team can win if they just put together a complete 60 minutes.“ Seems simple, right? But when you scan your vast inventory of past Capitals games, how many of those games … Continue reading
Photo: IG: Billy.dc Washington Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby returned to Tattoo Paradise for some fresh new ink Monday evening. The tattoo shop, located in the Adams Morgan neighborhood of the District, had been closed for the past 15 weeks due … Continue reading
The death of George Floyd has sparked many athletes to voice their opinions, demand change, and to speak out against racism. Washington Capitals players took to social media expressing their thoughts as well as participating in “Blackout Tuesday”, which is … Continue reading