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Report: Former Capitals’ Head Coach Trotz Turns Down $7 Million Offer From Flyers, Buys $1.5 Million House In Nashville Suburb
Photo: Sporting News According to Crossing Broad, head coach Barry Trotz turned down an offer that would have paid him over $7 million per season to become the Philadelphia Flyers head coach before buying a $1.5 million house in the … Continue reading
Photo: NESN The Vegas Golden Knights announced Tuesday that they have hired former Washington Capitals head coach Bruce Cassidy to lead their bench.
Photo: NHL.com With Nicklas Backstrom set to miss most, if not all of the 2022-23 NHL season, the Washington Capitals have a hole in the middle of their second-line. While Connor McMichael will eventually fill that slot, the team preferred … Continue reading
Photo: Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports With Tom Wilson set to be out until at least Thanksgiving after undergoing surgery to repair a torn ACL in late May and T.J. Oshie proving that he cannot remain durable for a full … Continue reading
Photo: NHL.com The Boston Bruins announced on Monday night that they have fired head coach Bruce Cassidy after a seven-game loss to the Carolina Hurricanes in the first-round of the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
With changes almost certainly coming to the Washington Capitals after a fourth consecutive first-round exit in the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs, NoVa Caps takes a look at who could stay and go. Only players under contract for at least next … Continue reading
Offseason Options For The Capitals To Add A Left-Handed Blueliner: Could An Offersheet Be On The Table?
Photo: NHL via Getty Imagee With defenseman Justin Schultz expected to leave as an unrestricted free agent and Trevor Van Riemsdyk set to slide back to his natural side, the Washington Capitals have an opening on the left side of … Continue reading
Photo: @Capitals The Washington Capitals announced on Thursday that the team has extended bona fide offers to retain the rights of goaltender Chase Clark in addition to defensemen Joaquim Lemay and Dru Krebs, all 2021 NHL Draft picks by the … Continue reading
Due to defenseman Martin Fehervary ($80,000) and right-wing Brett Leason ($20,000) hitting benchmarks for performance bonuses this past season, the Washington Capitals will have $100,000 less wiggle room under the 2022-23 NHL salary cap.
Photo: @BC_MHockey Former Washington Capitals defenseman Brooks Orpik graduated from Boston College earlier this week.