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“He’s A Warrior…Everyone Knows What He Means to The Team”: Alex Ovechkin Conducts Exit Interview on Capitals’ Breakdown Day
Screen cap: @Capitals The Washington Capitals officially wrapped up their 2021-22 season on Sunday at MedStar Capitals Iceplex, and conducted their annual exit interviews with the press.
Photo: @Capitals The season’s first winter storm blasted the DMV Monday morning, blanketing yards and cars in snow and causing chaos on the roads with slushy mix and ice. The Washington Capitals have the day off and for some players, … Continue reading
Gearing Up For the Season: Tom Wilson, Nicklas Backstrom, Elliot Segal Wish Capitals Hockey Academy Well Prior to the Start of 2021-22 Season
Photo: Stay Arlington After a somewhat normal feel to the offseason, the 2021-22 NHL season is right around the corner, with members of the Washington Capitals returning to MedStar Capitals Iceplex in Arlington, Virginia, to begin skating and prepping for … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals were back to work Saturday morning at MedStar Capitals Iceplex following a day off on Friday. The team will hold one more scrimmage Sunday afternoon and then begin to finalize their opening night roster. The season opens … Continue reading
PHOTO: DANIEL STILLER / BILDBYRÅN Henrik Lundqvist is settling in with his new team. The Capitals new netminder completed his first set of informal workouts at MedStar Capitals Iceplex last week, and was pleased with how things went.
Screen cap: Washington Capitals The Washington Capitals released a new video on Monday afternoon that includes footage of new Capitals netminder Henrik Lundqvist practicing with players that have already begun reporting for informal skate at MedStar Capitals Iceplex.
The Washington Capitals had four players on the ice at MedStar Capitals Iceplex, the team’s practice facility in Arlington, Virginia, for their start of the NHL’s return to play plan’s phase two on Thursday morning.
Photo: MedStar Capitals Iceplex The NHL officially entered phase 2 of their ‘return to play‘ plan on Monday. According to the Raleigh News & Observer, the Carolina Hurricanes have made the decision to not reopen team facilities for small group … Continue reading
Phase 2 of the NHL’s ‘return to play’ plan officially begins on Monday. Clubs will be permitted to reopen their training facilities in their home city to allow players to participate in individualized training activities (off-ice and on-ice). Players will … Continue reading
Screencap: @medstarcapitalsiceplex/IG In early June, it is expected that NHL teams will be permitted to return to home facilities for small group, voluntary, and on- and off-ice training, according to Phase 2 of the league’s Return to Play Plan. The … Continue reading