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Photo: SN Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang is out indefinitely after suffering a stroke on Monday, it was announced today by General Manager Ron Hextall.
Holiday Spirit: Capitals And Penguins Begin Weekend Of Fisticuffs With “Fight Night In Landover” 33 Years Ago Tonight
33 years ago tonight the Washington Capitals’ traditional arch-rivals, the Pittsburgh Penguins, came to the Capital Center in Landover, Maryland, for the first game of a home-and-home set between the two teams. The weekend series would turn into a post-Thanksgiving … Continue reading
Photo by John McCreary/NHLI via Getty Images The Washington Capitals lost the Pittsburgh Penguins, who ended their seven-game losing streak (0-6-1), by a score of 4-1 at Capital One Arena on Wednesday night. The loss kept Washington one point out … Continue reading
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: NHL The 2021-22 season was one where all eight qualifiers for the NHL Eastern Conference Playoffs had at least 100 standings points, the first time this has happened in NHL history. There was a relatively large chasm between fourth … Continue reading
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 by Michael Martin/NHLI via Getty Images With a number of teams changing up their goaltending across the NHL this offseason, NoVa Caps takes a look at all of the 32 team’s goaltending situation for the 2022-23 season. We do … Continue reading
Photo: Getty Images With the 2022 NHL Draft in the books and most of the key unrestricted free agents under contract for the 2022-23 camapign, teams have changed their teams for the better, worse, or maybe not much. NoVa Caps … Continue reading
Photo: Joe Sargaent/Getty Images The Pittsburgh Penguins re-signed center Evgeni Malkin to a four-year contract that carries a $6.1 million cap hit on Tuesday night, 13 hours before the 35-year-old could have become an unrestricted free agent.
Photo: Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports With the 2021-22 NHL season now in the books, teams will look to improve through trades, free agency, the entry draft, and more ways. NoVa Caps provides a list of every move throughout the offseason.