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- The 2020-21 Playoff Teams – In Progress Observations
- Milestone Moments: Washington Capitals Career Milestones Reached in 2020-21
- Axel Jonsson-Fjallby: “Last Season Was My Best So Far”
- Anthony Mantha: “I’m A Little Disappointed In Myself, The Way I Played”
- Blue Jackets Promote Brad Larsen To Head Coach
- Hurricanes’ Dougie Hamilton On Five-Game Second Round Loss To Lightning: “We Lost To A Team $18 Million Over The Cap”
- Alex Ovechkin Hockey Academy To Be Built In Moscow
- Rangers’ Adam Fox, Avalanche’s Cale Makar, Lightning’s Victor Hedman Named Norris Trophy Finalists
- Dmitry Orlov’s Performance in 2021: Trending Upward
- Trade Talk: Who Could The Capitals Move In The Off-Season?
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Photo: HockeySverige.se Washington Capitals prospect Axel Jonsson-Fjallby has reenergized his drive to play in the NHL someday. He recently completed his best season in the AHL, and as a result, signed a new two-year deal with the Capitals.
Photo: Patrick Smith/Getty Images After a brief vacation in Florida, which included a proposal to girlfriend Caitlyn Duffy, Washington Capitals forward Anthony Mantha is now back in Detroit. In the 19 days since the end of his NHL season, Mantha has … Continue reading
The professional hockey academy of Alexander Ovechkin is planned to be built on the land of one of the largest sports clusters in Moscow.
Photo: San Jose Mercury News The San Jose Sharks will become the first National Hockey League (NHL) team to accept cryptocurrency after franchise owner Sharks Sports & Entertainment gave the green light for the alternative payment method, according to Sports … Continue reading
Photo: @Capitals Jonas Siegenthaler has finally made his way back to his home in Zurich, Switzerland. After finishing up the the NHL’s regular season with the New Jersey Devils, the former Capitals defenseman joined the Swiss National team for this … Continue reading
The NHL announced on Sunday that Florida Panthers center Aleksander Barkov, Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron and Vegas Golden Knights right wing Mark Stone are finalists for the 2020‑21 Frank J. Selke Trophy, awarded “to the forward who best excels in … Continue reading
Washington Capitals rookie bench boss Peter Laviollete had to hit the ice running when Capitals training camp opened in January. He had just 10 days to implement his new system, get to know the players and coaches, understand their strengths … Continue reading
A few weeks go we took a first look at the Washington Capitals defense and their performance over the course of the 2020-21 regular season (here). In today’s post we’ll expand on that initial evaluation and provide additional context by … Continue reading
Washington Capitals prospect Damien Riat has confirmed that he will be back in North America next season with the goal of this time trying to carve out a place with the Capitals. He has given himself two years to achieve … Continue reading
Photo: Nick Wass/AP Anthony Mantha returned to his home in Michigan this week. On Thursday he sat for a quick interview with French-Canadian media outlet RDS. The Washington Capitals’ newest member to the team spoke about meeting and playing with Alex … Continue reading