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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
Photo: Getty Images After the Washington Capitals lost to the Carolina Hurricanes in seven games in Round 1 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs, GM Brian MacLellan expressed a desire to upgrade the fourth line after it was a revolving … Continue reading
The Kunlun Red Star officially announced today that they have signed a one-year contract with Devante Smith-Pelly. Smith-Pelly spent the last two seasons in Washington, with whom he won the Stanley Cup in 2018.
“He’s the Reason I have a Ring”: Former Capitals Teammates Believe Devante Smith-Pelly will Get Another Chance At an NHL Role
During the Capitals’ run to their first Stanley Cup championship in 2018, arguably no player was seen as more of a “hero” in the team’s 24-game playoff run than right wing Devante Smith-Pelly, who, on a one-year, $650,000 contract, scored … Continue reading
Washington Capitals General Manager Brian MacLellan met with the media at MedStar Capitals Iceplex to discuss free agency and the trade that sent forward Andre Burakovsky to the Colorado Avalanche after the team’s annual development camp wrapped up on Saturday. … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals will likely remain relatively quiet for the 2019 NHL Free Agency frenzy. Continue reading
Fixing the Bottom-Six Conundrum: The Washington Capitals Have Plenty of Work To Do in the 2019 Offseason
General Manager Brian MacLellan and his staff have plenty of work to do in the 2019 offseason. Continue reading