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- Held Together By Holtby – Are the Last Four Games an Indication That Braden Holtby is “Back” ?
- Capitals Acquire Brenden Dillon From Sharks In Exchange For 2020 Second-Round Pick, Conditional 2021 Third
- Capitals To Host Blood Drive On March 28 – Donors To Receive John Carlson Bobble Head
- Blues’ Jay Bouwmeester: “Our Family Has Felt The Support Of The Entire National Hockey League Family And The City Of St. Louis During This Time. We Have All Been Greatly Comforted By Your Genuine Concern.”
- “We’re Chasing Too Many Games”: Todd Reirden Speaks After Capitals’ Loss to Vegas
- Nicklas Backstrom Interview: New Contract, New Child On The Way and Life In Washington
- Capitals’ John Carlson Records 70th Point In Loss To Golden Knights; Two Points Shy Of Passing Calle Johansson
- Capitals Rally Falls Short, Lose To Knights, 3-2; T.J. Oshie Scores Two Goals
- T.J. For Two! T.J. Oshie Scores Two Goals on Two Shots Against Golden Knights
- Checkmate: Capitals’ Alex Ovechkin Sends Golden Knights’ Nate Schmidt Into The Benches
Tag Archives: Roster Moves
Similar Paths, Diverging Course: The Washington Capitals, the Philadelphia Flyers, and The Road Not Taken
Graphic: @epoole88 There are times after a particularly traumatic Stanley Cup Playoff exit that ends a team’s season prematurely, in which fans and some pundits insist that the team in question needs a culture change, from suggestions to trade the … Continue reading
Photo: NHL.com The Washington Capitals have a big offseason up ahead. Center Nicklas Backstrom and goaltender Braden Holtby can both become unrestricted free agents on July 1 and forwards Alex Ovechkin and Jakub Vrana will both be eligible to sign … Continue reading
Photo: NHL.com According to David Pagnotta of The Fourth Period, the Washington Capitals have a deal in place to trade forward Chandler Stephenson, possibly with the Vegas Golden Knights.
Photo: NHL.com Washington Capitals forward Chandler Stephenson was not on the ice during the team’s practice at SAP Center on Monday morning and could be part of a transaction, according to senior writer Mike Vogel.
The Washington Capitals reportedly sent defenseman Tyler Lewington to the AHL’s Hershey Bears on Sunday, according to the Associated Press’ Stephen Whyno. The move clears cap space to accommodate forward Richard Panik, who is eligible to be activated off of … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals announced on Monday afternoon that they have placed defenseman Christian Djoos, forward Liam O’Brien, and forward Michael Sgarbossa on waivers with the intention of assigning them to AHL Hershey. All three will have to clear in order … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals announced on Saturday a third round of cuts to the their 2019 training camp roster. Six players were reassigned to Hershey:
Photo: Patrick Smith/Getty Images After making a second round of cuts to their preseason roster, a clearer picture on who will be on the final roster for the Capitals is being drawn. With the added salary cap ceiling cushion that … Continue reading
Photo: WTOP On their second day off of the 2019-20 season, the Washington Capitals spoiled it for some players as they cut nine from their roster, though there were few surprises.