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Washington Capitals — Drafts By The Decades

Photo: NHLI via Getty Images Here are a few memories of players that the Washington Capitals drafted in past NHL drafts. This focus was inspired by a “Days Gone By” section of a small-town newspaper called “The Greeley Citizen”, which … Continue reading

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New Men in Net — Debut Games For Washington Capitals Goalies

Photo: Washington Capitals In the history of the Washington Capitals, 51 men have played at least one game in goal. Among the 51, some made their NHL debut with the Capitals while others made their NHL debut with another team … Continue reading

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A Look At How Capitals’ Goalies Performed During Their Rookie Season

Photo: @Capitals As goaltender Ilya Samsonov looks poised to become the Washington Capitals‘ starter for the foreseeable future after this season due to a strong campaign and Braden Holtby set to become an unrestricted free agent and unlikely to be … Continue reading

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The Mask: The Short, Eventful Capitals Career of Jim Carey

Photo: Washington Capitals Throughout their 42-year history, the Capitals have had their fair share of one-hit wonders, players who have tremendous seasons and become a household name one year, only to regress and fall into anonymity. Jim Carey was one … Continue reading

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Flashback Friday: Where in the World is Jim Carey?

Denis Brodeur/Getty Images Being a goalie, studying goalies, and constantly pondering the art (madness) of goaltending; I sometimes wonder “What happened to so-and-so, and where are they now…?”

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Capitals’ Draft Class: 1992

Overview: Before the draft was just a seven-round event; it was an eleven-round event. While it may be long, none of the players above besides Gonchar and Carey had much success in the NHL, if they made it that far. … Continue reading

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