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Mitchell Layton/Getty Images After Alex Ovechkin, the title of Greatest Washington Capital may belong to longitme forward Peter Bondra, who in his time in the District, wowed fans, analysts, and opponents with spectacular offensive skills and production, much like Ovechkin. … Continue reading
Patrick Smith/Getty Images Even before signing with the Caps on July 1, 2015, forward Justin Williams was a proven winner. Three Stanley Cups, a Conn Smythe Trophy, and over 10 seasons of experience were just a “few” of the reasons … Continue reading
Bleacher Report Perhaps the second-best player in Capitals history after Alex Ovechkin, Peter Bondra was one of the NHL’s premier scorers during his prime. With over 500 goals and nearly 900 points, Bondra certainly seems deserving of a spot in … Continue reading
With a new season already underway, the Caps’ American Hockey League affiliate Hershey Bears have announced the newest inductees into the team Hall of Fame.
Could Dale Hunter’s Unprecedented Shot on Pierre Turgeon Possibly Have Cost Him A Spot in the Hall of Fame? Dale Hunter is one of the greatest players in Washington Capitals’ history, no fan could argue that. The former captain finished … Continue reading