Tag Archives: Offseason
With the 2022-23 NHL season starting on Tuesday (for the Eastern Conference), NoVa Caps concludes their annual division previews. Today, we will preview the Metropolitan Division.
Photo: Silver Seven Sens With the start of the 2022-23 NHL season four days away (for the Eastern Conference), NoVa Caps continues their annual division previews. Today, we will preview the Atlantic Division.
Photo: Gerry Thomas/NHLI via Getty Images With the start of the 2022-23 NHL season nine days away, NoVa Caps continues their annual division previews. We will roll on with the Pacific Division.
Photo: John Russell/Getty Images With the start of the 2022-23 NHL season 12 days away, NoVa Caps begins their annual division previews. We will start with the Central Division.
Photo: Yahoo! Sports With the Washington Capitals set to open training camp for the 2022-23 NHL season on Thursday, NoVa Caps goes through what has gone in with the organization for those who have been tuned out from Capitals Nation … Continue reading
Photo: Silver Seven Sens With most of the major NHL moves in the books for the offseason, teams improved, made their rosters worse, or stayed the same. NoVa Caps looks at the teams that won and lost the offseason.
Photo: 1st Ohio Battery With the most significant moves of the NHL offseason likely in the rear view mirror, teams made some that will change their product on the ice for the better while others may have made ones they … Continue reading
Photo: NHL.com With unrestricted free agency set to open on Wednesday at noon, the Washington Capitals could look to upgrade in a few areas after their fourth straight first-round exit in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Center Nicklas Backstrom is expected … Continue reading
With free agency approaching on Wednesday, teams across the NHL will look to improve for the 2022-23 season and beyond. While it is obvious that the Washington Capitals are in need of a starting goaltender after trading Vitek Vanecek to … Continue reading
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.