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Tag Archives: Jason Chimera
Paul Sancya/Associated Press We’ve all thought about it at one point or another since June, “I wish _____ had been on the team when the Capitals won the Stanley Cup”. It’s common to grow a personal fondness to certain players, … Continue reading
Mark Goldman/Icon SMI It was on December 28, 2009, when the Washington Capitals traded right winger and then-captain Chris Clark and defenseman, Milan Jurcina to the Columbus Blue Jackets in exchange for left winger Jason Chimera.
Photos: Washington Capitals Last year’s offseason was a boring one by all accounts for the Washington Capitals. The team just came off of a President’s Trophy winning season, only to be ousted by a team we don’t speak of in … Continue reading
During the scheduled television timeout at the eight minute mark of the first period, the Washington Capitals paid tribute to Jason Chimera with a “thank you” video.
Tonight is finally the home opener for the Capitals. As luck would have it, tonight’s game also marks the official return of former fan favorite, Jason Chimera. NoVa Caps says thanks to the “Ice Cheetah”.
2016-17 Metropolitan Division Preview. Who is trending up, who is trending down, who is staying the same? Continue reading
Capitals GM Brian MacLellan had another successful offseason in Washington, as he fixed the Capitals third line. Continue reading
Sunday night, Jason Chimera made his first appearance at Verizon Center since signing with the New York Islanders this past summer. The “Ice Cheetah” took time to say hi to his former teammates.
Photo: AP / Kathy Willens The Washington Capitals wrap-up their 2016 preseason schedule tonight when they host the New York Islanders at Verizon Center. Puck-drop is 5:00 pm.
Photo: Patrick Smith Each week over the course of 10 weeks, NoVa Caps’ contributor Michael Marzzacco will take a look back at what he believes were the Top 10 Moments of the 2015-2016 Washington Capitals’ season.