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Capitals’ John Carlson: “Whoever Wins Is Certainly Not Going To Say There’s Some Asterisk Next To The Championship”
Washington Capitals defenseman John Carlson appeared on a recent SVPod episode last week and discussed what it was like on the morning the NHL paused the 2019-20 season, the tough skating and conditioning preparation, his thoughts on the NHL’s Return … Continue reading
Bruce Bennett/Getty Images While the 2019-20 NHL season was ended prematurely due to the coronavirus pandemic, the shortened campaign was not an uneventful one for members of the Washington Capitals, as many members of the team reached significant career milestones … Continue reading
Capitals’ John Carlson on Brendan Leipsic: “He Was A Teammate Of Mine And I’ll Just Leave It At That”
Last week, Washington Capitals defenseman John Carlson made his weekly radio appearance with 106.7 The Fan’s Chad Dukes and briefly addressed his thoughts on the departure of former Capitals forward Brendan Leipsic, who was released on May 8 after misogynistic … Continue reading
Photo: Sporting News With a lot of big contracts already on the Washington Capitals‘ salary cap and many more to come over the next couple years, the franchise will see a big shift in their roster during that time. So … Continue reading
Recently, Alena Grebenkova from Sports Express conducted an interview with Washington Capitals defenseman, John Carlson, about his experiences since the NHL was paused on March 12, 2020. The following is a translation of a portion of that interview.
Friday night the Capitals’ Mike Vogel hosted an online chat session with several of the Capitals current players and Capitals alumni. The meeting, which ran just over 45 minutes in length, started with Vogel, Karl Alzner, who is currently in … Continue reading
As we look back on the Capitals’ performance so far this season, hopeful that the season will pick back up in some fashion relatively soon, we next take a glance at the Caps’ defensive corps, and evaluate their performance so … Continue reading
Photo: @Capitals If the NHL season resumes, the Washington Capitals will come back anxious to prove themselves after posting a 19-16-3 in their final 38 games before the pause, including a poor 6-8-3 run since February 1. Only the Detroit … Continue reading
Capitals’ John Carlson If or When the NHL Resumes Play: “It Will Definitely Feel Like A New Season, Almost”
On Wednesday afternoon, Washington Capitals defenseman John Carlson spoke to the media via teleconference about the NHL’s pause on the season and voiced his thoughts if or when the league resumes play.
John Carlson Voted Second-Best Defenseman, Alex Ovechkin Voted Second-Best Follow on Social Media: Results from 2019-20 NHLPA Player Poll
Photo: Al Drago/AP Across the league, 588 NHL players were surveyed on various hockey-related questions ranging from on and off the ice topics to arenas and teams. These results were collected before the NHL’s pause of the season due to … Continue reading