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The Capsitals add a forward to the training camp roster, top 10 story lines heading into training camp, 35th anniversary of “the trade”, Samsonov continues to roll and more in this evening’s Washington Capitals news links:
Photo by G Fiume/Getty Images In an interview with Daria Tuboltseva of Championat.com, former Washington Capitals player Alexander Semin says he is not done with hockey and promises to return. He declared, “I have something to prove and want to fight … Continue reading
Photos: HC Traktor Washington Capitals’ centerman Evgeny Kuznetsov spent part of his Sunday evening taking in a Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) game in his hometown of Chelyabinsk, Russia. Kuznetsov was on hand to drop the ceremonial first puck for his old team … Continue reading
Photos: Hockey.ru Bobby Carpenter, who played for the Washington Capitals from 1981-1987 and again in 1992-1993, has a new job. He will now be working as an Assistant Coach for Mike Keenan for Kunlun Red Star, the second-year KHL team … Continue reading
In an interview with Tatyana Kokorina of sovsport.ru, Capitals center Evgeny Kuznetsov says he expects to be back in Washington next week.
Washington Capitals’ star centerman Evgeny Kuznetsov joined friend and idol, Pavel Datsyuk, and other members of the SKA hockey organization, for an autograph and meet-and-greet session on Saturday.
Photo: @Galixon After a two month absence, former Washington Capital and Hershey Bear, Stan Galiev, returned to social media on Saturday, posting a photo of himself traversing a wooden sky bridge in Russia. Galiev is currently playing for the Russian … Continue reading
This summer has been tough for the Capitals and Caps Nation. As General Manager Brian MacLellan put it, the Caps have the Stanley Cup hangover without the Stanley Cup.