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The Washington Capitals and San Jose Sharks meet for the second time this season when they meet at SAP Center in San Jose on Saturday afternoon. The Capitals took the first game against the Sharks 4-1 on December 4 at … Continue reading
Washington Capitals Daily Links: Madison Bowey Sits In For Matt Niskanen, Bears Crank it up in Hershey
A beat down in Jersey, defensive slatwart Matt Niskanen is placed on injured reserve, Madison Bowey makes late-nite trip to Philly from Hershey, the scoring onslaught continues for the Capitals, and much more in this evening’s Capitals links:
Alex Brandon/Associated Press With NHL Free Agency just four days away, NoVa Caps is taking a look back at the best free agent signings in franchise history in the days leading up to July 1.
Photo: Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images With the Pittsburgh Penguins’ Stanley Cup-clinching win tonight, two longtime members of the Capitals – forward Eric Fehr and defenseman Sergei Gonchar – will have their names engraved on the Stanley Cup. Fehr, who signed a … Continue reading
The Associated Press Player Description On the eve of another Winter Classic, I keep thinking back to past Winter Classics, to a player who excelled in two of those outdoor games, the first one being in Pittsburgh on New Year’s … Continue reading
(Photo: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) The Capitals made some beneficial moves this summer that should help the team contend for the Stanley Cup. While they did lose longtime defenseman Mike Green, right-wing Joel Ward, center Eric Fehr, and traded right-wing Troy … Continue reading
Mike Green, Troy Brouwer, Eric Fehr and Joel Ward. Chances are you know these names even if you are not a rabid hockey lover. They’ve managed to provide enough impact to garner name recognition among even the most passive Caps … Continue reading
Eric Fehr signed a 3-year deal with the Penguins today. The deal, according to the Penguins press release will earn Fehr $2 million per year. Fehr said a three-year deal was important for his family. Never had a deal longer … Continue reading