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Will additions from Hershey Lead to Sweet Success for the Capitals?

This summer, the Capitals watched Kevin Shattenkirk, Karl Alzner, Justin Williams, Nate Schmidt, Marcus Johansson, and Daniel Winnik walk out the door. They were all valuable pieces to Washington’s success for the past two seasons and they were all fan … Continue reading

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Interview: Kuznetsov Ready to Deliver on Caps’ High Expectations; Has Big Dreams for Caps and Life After Hockey

Evgeny Kuznetsov has emerged as one of the elite centers in the NHL the past couple of years. He just signed an 8-year contract worth $62.4 million a few weeks ago. Kuznetsov, 25, talked about his new contract and more … Continue reading

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Who won the offseason thus far?

Photos: TSN The offseason has been a busy one so far. A lot of teams have gotten better through free agency, the draft, and trades with other teams. It’s hard to name just one team because a lot of teams … Continue reading

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Did the Caps make the right move on Kuzy’s new deal?

 The Capitals have made some big headlines in the last week and a half. One, if not the biggest, surprise was Evgeny Kuznetsov’s monster contract. The 25-year old Russian signed an 8-year contract that will pay him $62.4 million ($7.8 … Continue reading

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Is the Caps’ Stanley Cup Window Really Closing?

After a 2-0 Game 7 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins in the second round of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Capitals were well aware that they had five pending unrestricted free agents and six pending restricted free agents that … Continue reading

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What Might the Vegas Golden Knights’ Inaugural Roster Look Like?

@VegasGoldenKnights The lists are in. By Saturday at 5:00 P.M., NHL teams had to submit a list of players they wished to protect for the Expansion Draft on a format of either seven forwards, three defensemen and one goalie or … Continue reading

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Andre Burakovsy is Due for a Pay Raise

After scoring two goals on opening night last season, Andre Burakovsky went the next 26 games without notching a single tally. Then, Barry Trotz scratched him for three straight games in December. In his first game back, he scored. He … Continue reading

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Capitals Shouldn’t Roll the Dice on Nate Schmidt

 For the expansion draft next week, teams have the option of protecting 7 forwards, 3 defensemen, and a goalie or 8 skaters and a goalie. The challenge is that neither strategy allows the Capitals to protect all of their most … Continue reading

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Brooks Orpik’s Future Could Be the Key to the Caps’ Offseason

Photo: Geoff Burke/USA Today After winning the Presidents’ Trophy for the second consecutive year, the Capitals failed to get past the Pittsburgh Penguins, who went on to win their second championship in a row. After the expectations were sky high … Continue reading

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