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- Michal Kempny and David Pastrnak Take In Tennis Match in Prague On Wednesday
- Decision on Hub City Locations For 2020 Playoffs Will Be Made In Three Weeks
- Former Washington Capitals Winger Dmitrij Jaskin Is Now The Second Highest Paid Player in KHL: Salaries For Top KHL Players
- A Look At Braden Holtby’s Starts To Seasons: Is There A Reason For Concern When Capitals’ Season Resumes?
- Capitals’ John Carlson: “Whoever Wins Is Certainly Not Going To Say There’s Some Asterisk Next To The Championship”
- Alex Ovechkin Comments on George Floyd’s Murder: “It Is So Important For Us To Respect and Love Each Other No Matter What We Look Like!!!”
- Assistant Reid Cashman Named Dartmouth Head Coach, But Will Stay With Capitals For Rest Of Season
- Looking At The Salary Cap Breakdown Of Past Stanley Cup Champions: How Do This Season’s Capitals Compare?
- Alex Ovechkin & Wife Nastya Celebrate Children’s Day
- Martin Fehérváry: “I Had a Beautiful Relationship With My Mother. When She Died, Hockey Helped Me”
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Pre-Season Starts…Now! Our “Silly Season” Recap Will Catch You Up On Significant Off-Season Activity
NoVa Caps is very excited to see many of our followers who took the summer off re-engaging with us via our social media outlets! We missed you all and wanted to get all of you caught up with the … Continue reading
Less Than A Month Away From The Season Opener Against PIT; An Open Letter To Caps Nation – Why Not Us?!
Dear Caps Nation, It’s been a long off-season (although not as long, with entertainment of the World Cup of Hockey!) filled with rumors, contract situations, trades, and all the other elements of the “silly season” we all expected after Nick … Continue reading
Geoff Burke-USA TODAY While August 18th still feels like a long way out from the start of hockey season, the fact of the matter is the World Cup of Hockey is beginning in less than a month. Hockey season is … Continue reading
Photo: Washington Capitals Let me start off by saying I’m not intending this to be as hot of a take as it seems from the title. The Capitals were a really good hockey team last year, and they were eliminated … Continue reading
The Capitals have a problem, one that almost any organization would kill to have; with the expansion draft looming (teams can only protect 3 defensemen), they will have to leave some really good players unprotected and exposed in the upcoming … Continue reading
Goaltender Brian Elliott heads to Calgary! Photo: Bill Greenblatt/UPI Wow. That took FOREVER. Well, regardless of how long it took, night one of the 2016 NHL draft is in the books. Between the selections, trades, and inevitable booing of Gary … Continue reading
It’s that time of the year again; time where NHL fans young and old see the future of their franchise walk across a stage and shake hands with the upper management of their team. To non-sports fans, watching grown men … Continue reading
Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports Well, the thing that most of us expected to happen happened, and that doesn’t make it any less painful.
Photo Credit: Washington Capitals Photography Hard to believe it’s been just under a month since Nick Bonino scored an overtime goal to eliminate the Capitals from the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Another disappointing early exit left Capitals fans searching for … Continue reading
Photo: Chocolate Hockey Until yesterday, I had only seen professional hockey played in massive arenas such as the Prudential Center, Barclays Center, and of course the big barn on 7th and F that the Capitals call home. The NHL, regardless of … Continue reading