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Photo: Hockey Wilderness The Washington Capitals are in need of a center after Nicklas Backstrom underwent surgery to resurface his left hip and are reportedly interested in acquiring J.T. Miller from the Vancouver Canucks.
Photo: Pension Plan Puppets With pending unrestricted free agent Justin Schultz not expected to re-sign with the Washington Capitals, the team has an opening on their third defensive pairing. Since no prospects appear ready to take on that role, they will … Continue reading
Photo: NHL.com With right-wing Tom Wilson out until some time around Thanksgiving and the NHL All-Star Break, the Washington Capitals will have to replace him especially after T.J. Oshie was limited to just 44 games last season due to injury … Continue reading
Photo: NHL.com With Nicklas Backstrom set to miss most, if not all of the 2022-23 NHL season, the Washington Capitals have a hole in the middle of their second-line. While Connor McMichael will eventually fill that slot, the team preferred … Continue reading
Due to defenseman Martin Fehervary ($80,000) and right-wing Brett Leason ($20,000) hitting benchmarks for performance bonuses this past season, the Washington Capitals will have $100,000 less wiggle room under the 2022-23 NHL salary cap.
As hockey season winds down in the coming weeks, it is time to look ahead to the NHL offseason. Here are some key offseason dates to keep in mind as we approach the end of hockey season:
“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: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images With the 2021-22 NHL regular season set to begin later this week, NoVa Caps concludes their annual division preview series with the Metropolitan Division.
Photo: Eliot J. Schechter/Getty Images With training camps and exhibition games for the 2021-22 NHL season nearing its halfway point, our division preview series looks at the Atlantic Division.
Photo: Glenn James/Getty Images With training camps and exhibition games for the 2021-22 NHL season underway, it is time to preview each of the four divisions. NoVa Caps continues their annual season previews by division with the Central Division.