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- ESPN’s Max Kellerman Draws Fire For “No One Really Cares About Hockey” Comment
- ‘The Athletic’ Lays Off 8% of Staff
- Capitals’ Braden Holtby on NHL’s Lack of Speaking Up About Social & Racial Issues: “We’re Obviously Behind As A Sport”
- Is Brooks Orpik The Guy to Replace Reid Cashman?
- Phase 2 of “Return To Play” Begins Monday
- Discussions Between NHL, NHLPA Continue for new Collective Bargaining Agreement
- Penguins Announce Player Tests Positive For COVID-19
- 2020 Stanley Cup Playoff Seeding Will Be Redone After Each Round
- Washington Capitals Players Speak Out Against Racism, Participate in “Blackout Tuesday”
- Could The Capitals Deal A Defenseman Next Offseason?
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Photos: New York Post Speaking on ESPN’s “First Take” on Thursday, Max Kellerman said “no one really cares about hockey” in the country, adding that it wasn’t one of the four major sports.
The Capitals announced earlier this week that assistant coach Reid Cashman will be leaving at the end of the season to become the head coach at Dartmouth. To many, the move sounded like a mutually agreed-upon conclusion to Cashman’s time … Continue reading
NEW YORK (June 4, 2020) – The National Hockey League announced today that it will transition to Phase 2 of its Return To Play Plan effective Monday, June 8.
Photo: Brian Babineau/National Hockey League/Getty Images There were several reports on Thursday that the NHL and the NHL Players Association have begun initial negotiations for the next collective bargaining agreement (CBA). The current 10-year agreement expires on September 15, 2022.
Photos: Milan Kammermayer Boston Bruins’ David Pastrňák (left) and Washington Capitals Michal Kempný watched fellow Czech tennis star Karolína Plíšková face Barbora Strýcová in the Live Score Cup tournament on Wednesday in Prague. The match was one of the first … Continue reading
Photo: Chris Young/The Canadian Press Appearing on the Ray & Dregs podcast, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman provided an update on the process for determining the two hub cities to be designated for hosting the 2020 NHL playoffs.
Former Washington Capitals Winger Dmitrij Jaskin Is Now The Second Highest Paid Player in KHL: Salaries For Top KHL Players
The Russian media outlet Sport Express released the top 71 salaries in the KHL earlier this week. Several former NHL players made the list, including a former Washington Capitals forward.
Photos: SME Washington Capitals’ defenseman Martin Fehervary sat for an interview with Bratislava media outlet SME during the 2018 World Championship in Copenhagen. In the interview Fehervary discussed his upbringing in Bratislava, the loss of his mother, Gabike, the importance … Continue reading
Martin Fehervary Will Travel to Prague Next Week to Train With Jakub Vrana, Will Be Capitals 7th or 8th Defenseman When Play Resumes
Capitals top defensive prospect Martin Fehervary is preparing for the resumption of the 2019-2020 NHL season. In an interview with SME Sport on Friday, he confirmed he will be reporting to Washington as the seventh or eighth defenseman when players … Continue reading
Photo: Patrick Smith/Getty Images It’s no secret that the Carolina Hurricanes are not happy about having to play a best-of-five “play-in” series against the New York Rangers. And they are making it known to the world. The Hurricanes and the … Continue reading