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The Dreaded Stanley Cup Hangover: Can the Washington Capitals Remain Focused in Their First 10 Games of 2018-19?
Can the Washington Capitals avoid the dreaded Stanley Cup hangover to begin the 2018-19 season? Continue reading
Photo: Sports Illustrated Now that July 1 has come and gone and most of the big name free agents are signed, it’s time to take a look at who took a big step towards Stanley Cup contention and who failed … Continue reading
Photo: Boston Herald Center Jay Beagle signed a four-year contract worth $12 million ($3 million AAV) with the Vancouver Canucks, the team announced on Sunday afternoon.
While the Capitals have been busy negotiating and signing many of their pending free agents, it appears there will be at least one that will be leaving D.C. Earlier in the week, it was reported that longtime Capital and pending … Continue reading
After Hall of Fame careers, Vancouver Canucks Daniel and Henrik Sedin announce their retirement after 18 seasons. Continue reading
Which players will get moved before Monday’s deadline? Which clubs will be the most active? Continue reading
Will the Washington Capitals trade for a defenseman before the NHL Trade Deadline? Continue reading
Photo: Sports Illustrated As the NHL Trade Deadline is now just 44 days away, it’s time to start looking teams, assessing their needs and determining who might be players in the upcoming trade market. Teams who will not be in … Continue reading
Photo: Capitals Twitter The Washington Capitals defeated the Vancouver Canucks by a 3-1 final score. Washington was aiming for revenge after the Canucks drubbed the Capitals, 6-2, in Vancouver on October 26 and got it. Tuesday’s game was the final … Continue reading