Tag Archives: Jim Carey

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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