Tag Archives: NHL Free Agency
A Look Around the Metropolitan Division: Which Teams Will Rise and Fall in 2019-20?
How will the Metropolitan Division shake out in 2019-20? Continue reading
Training Camp Battles: With Roster Moves Coming, the Capitals Will Have Plenty of Competition for Depth Positions
Which players will push for the remaining roster spots for the Washington Capitals in 2019 training camp? Continue reading
NHL Draft and Free Agency Frenzy: How Does the Metropolitan Division Look Now?
After the start of the NHL Free Agency Period, how do the Metropolitan Division teams look? Continue reading
The Capitals Will Likely Go Bargain Hunting During the 2019 NHL Free Agency Frenzy
The Washington Capitals will likely remain relatively quiet for the 2019 NHL Free Agency frenzy. Continue reading
Fixing the Bottom-Six Conundrum: The Washington Capitals Have Plenty of Work To Do in the 2019 Offseason
General Manager Brian MacLellan and his staff have plenty of work to do in the 2019 offseason. Continue reading
Summer To-Do List: Capitals Management Has Some Tough Decisions To Make As They Manage the Salary Cap
Capitals General Manager Brian MacLellan has a busy summer ahead with key players needing new contracts. Continue reading
Jakub Vrana: What Will His Next Contract Look Like?
Washington Capitals forward Jakub Vrana will be a restricted free agent this summer. Continue reading
Everybody’s a Critic: NoVA Caps Reviews NHL 19
As long as I’ve been able to read, I’ve enjoyed video games. They tell fantastic stories, take us on amazing adventures to far away places, and introduce us to characters we can’t help but fall in love with. Truly, the … Continue reading
A Look Around the Atlantic Division: Stock Up, Stock Down, Stock Unchanged
Which Atlantic Division teams will be improved and which teams will be worse in 2018-19? Continue reading
Capitals Re-sign Liam O’Brien To One-Year, Two-Way Contract
Photo: USA Today The Washington Capitals announced that they signed forward Liam O’Brien to a one-year, two-way contract worth $650,000. O’Brien became a restricted free agent July 1 and was the only Capital to file for salary arbitration. His hearing … Continue reading