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- Capitals’ Richard Panik, Jonas Seigenthaler Leave Second Period Of Wednesday’s 4-3 Win Over Maple Leafs Following Collision
- Capitals Hold off Late Maple Leafs Rally, Win 4-3
- Marlies Beat Bears 4-3; Axel Jonsson-Fjallby Scores Two Goals
- John Carlson Passes Sergei Gonchar on the Capitals’ All-Time Scoring List for Defensemen, Now Fourth All-Time
- Cause for Concern? Is Braden Holtby’s Slow Start a Career Trend, Or An Aberration?
- Maple Leafs at Capitals Pregame Notebook: Michal Kempny Not Ready To Return Yet; Ilya Samsonov Starts
- Capitals To Start Ilya Samsonov vs. Maple Leafs On Wednesday Night
- Reliving the Avalanche First Period Massacre: The Capitals Are Too Loose Defensively
- Sweet Kill: An Interview With Beck Malenstyn, A Key Part Of The Hershey Bears Stellar Penalty Kill
- Toronto at Washington Preview: Capitals Meet Maple Leafs On Wednesday Night
Tag Archives: Scott Zweibel
The 2016-17 NHL season begins in 100 days. With the draft and opening of free agency behind us, fans and armchair GMs alike have already begun to assess the state of their favorite team.
Capitals GM Brian MacClellan has a task list on his desk when it comes to his netminders.
Sure, the 2016 NHL Entry Draft is behind us. And yes, the Capitals made a few interesting moves, trades, and picks. Of course GM Brian MacClellan has stated for the umpteenth time that the Capitals will not be key players … Continue reading
Darryl Dyck, Canadian Press Okay, maybe I am getting old, but this year it seems (more than many others) that there is an inordinate amount of professional hockey legacy children entering the draft.
With the NHL’s Free Agency period beginning on July 1st, the NoVa Caps Podcast Team continue their conversations from our last podcast regarding those Capitals who are either restricted and or unrestricted free agency players [UFA: Mike Weber, Mike Richards … Continue reading
Sin City is “All-In” on a new NHL franchise, and it looks to happen as soon as the 2017-18 season. The NHL Board of Governors has approved the Las Vegas bid, headed by local billionaire Bill Foley, to host an … Continue reading
The Capitals began their off-season with their fairly recent round two elimination by the Pittsburgh Penguins. We’ve been seeing some of the Caps play for their native countries, enjoying some down time – the Oshie’s and the Alzner’s enjoyed Disney … Continue reading
In some ways it seems like it’s been more than a week since the Washington Capitals ended their 2015-2016 season in overtime, in game six against the Pittsburgh Penguins. And in other ways, the disappointment is so very fresh it’s … Continue reading
Greg Fiume/Getty Images The 2015-2016 Washington Capitals limped into the playoffs after a torrid start to their season. They gutted out win after win, made sure to not lose back-to-back games in regulation, and they dominated opponents when they had … Continue reading
Photo: Rafael Suanes / USA Today Sports With the season-ending second round playoff loss to the hated Pittsburgh Penguins, the Washington Capitals have reached the conclusion of their annual campaign for Lord Stanley’s Cup (an annual retreat that happens pretty … Continue reading