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Tom Wilson Could Face Another Suspension After a “Predatory Hit”

Just eight short days after serving a two-game suspension for a controversial hit, Capitals right winger Tom Wilson once again delivered a hit that not only put him in the penalty box, but could also have dire consequences. 

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Reports: NHLPA Voting to Approve $75 million Salary Cap

According to reports, the NHLPA is expected to vote on a $75 million salary cap today. If approved, it would increase the cap from its current level of $73 million. The raise represents approximately a 2.67% increase from last years … Continue reading

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“Re-Entry” for the Capitals Could Be Dangerous

The Capitals are beginning to wrap-up their league-required bye-week this week, and will “re-enter” the race to the regular-season finish line on Saturday. But with just 26 games remaining, getting back to winning ways may not be so easy. 

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What’s the Fouss? The NHL Needs to Get Rid of the “Bye Week”

Are bye weeks a good thing for the NHL players? Continue reading

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What’s the Fouss? The NHL’s Revamped Concussion Protocol: Will the Updated Changes Be Effective?

Is the NHL’s Revamped Concussion Protocol Too Strict? How can the NHL improve the system that deals with concussions? Continue reading

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Washington Capitals’ Galiev Participates in NHL Rookie Orientation Camp

With NHL players slowly but surely returning for the beginning of training camp next week, another camp is being sponsored by the NHL and the NHLPA (and held in Washington DC) for rookies that are entering the first year of what they … Continue reading

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