Tag Archives: Julia Karron

In 5 Year’s Time: How Will the Caps Deal With the Cap?

Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports As Brian MacLellan has stated repeatedly, the Capitals are in the 2nd year of their 2-year Stanley Cup window. They’ve made the moves to try and make one last push, signing Lars Eller and other role … Continue reading

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Tie Games, 3-on-3 Overtime, Shootouts and Some Overtime Options to Consider

Photo: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images  If you’ve ever watched the Mighty Ducks movies, you’ll know that Julie “the Cat” Gaffney has some seriously hot takes on tied games. The NHL clearly took that to heart when devising its current overtime system.

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Should the NHL Change the Coach’s Challenge? Offside and the Capitals Power Play Entrance

Photo: Sportsnet.ca  The 2015-2016 NHL season saw a variety of changes. Coach’s challenges, 3-on-3 overtime, expanded video review; the Board of Governors approved all of these. But for next season, which of these rules, and others, should stick around? While … Continue reading

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Entry Level Contracts and the NHL’s Youth Movement: Where the Caps Stand

This off-season, former Chicago Blackhawks Brian Bickell and Teuvo Teravainen were traded to the Carolina Hurricanes. This trade occurred primarily because Bickell’s cap hit on the Blackhawks was too much for his contributions.

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How Much is MoJo Worth to the Capitals?

Photo: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports As was announced on Tuesday, Marcus Johansson filed for arbitration for the 2nd consecutive year. With this past season’s $3.75 million contract, Johansson is looking to up his value. 

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How Washington Conducted Their “Silly Season” Appropriately

Photo: Andrew Harnik, The Washington Times To say the free agency signing period escalated quickly on July 1st would be an understatement. The first hour was filled with lengthy contracts and huge sums of money. Some of them were well … Continue reading

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