Tag Archives: Salary Cap
Graphic: DailyFaceoff Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman and Rory Boylen reported Tuesday that NHL teams have received guidance from the league about salary-cap projections over the next four seasons.
Photo: Saltwire NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly said on Wednesday that he is optimistic the league’s salary cap will rise significantly after the 2023-24 season, a year ahead of previous forecasts.
Photo: RSN After a busy offseason, the Washington Capitals’ lineup will look quite different when they take the ice for opening night against the Boston Bruins on October 12. In addition to overhauling their goaltending tandem, they brought in two defensemen … Continue reading
Photo: NBC Sports After the news that center Nicklas Backstrom underwent surgery to resurface his left hip came out on Saturday, the Washington Capitals have been linked to Vancouver Canucks right-wing J.T. Miller (who can also play center) and pending … Continue reading
With changes almost certainly coming to the Washington Capitals after a fourth consecutive first-round exit in the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs, NoVa Caps takes a look at who could stay and go. Only players under contract for at least next … 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.
The Washington Capitals have re-signed forward Joe Snively to a two-year, $1.6 million contract, senior vice president and general manager Brian MacLellan announced today. The contract will carry an average annual value of $800,000.
The National Hockey League Players’ Association and the National Hockey League today announced agreement on the temporary formation of “Taxi Squads” as well as temporary changes to the Collective Bargaining Agreement to address issues related to the ongoing COVID pandemic. … Continue reading
Prior to resuming the 2021-22 season on Tuesday night after a four-day pause due to COVID-19, the NHL revised its rules on a couple of points, including taxi squads, for the remainder of the campaign. Here is an overview of … Continue reading