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Photo: NHL Every off-season involves coaching changes and player movement, either via free agency or through trades. During this off-season, because the salary cap has once again remained flat, general managers have had to become more creative, even jettisoning players … Continue reading
Photo: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports According to Washington Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan the Capitals’ priority for The 2023 off-season is to upgrade their forward corps, given that they would like to win another Stanley Cup before Alex Ovechkin retires. This … Continue reading
An important piece to supplementing the talent on your roster is the addition of players via free agency. While it’s not ideal to fully round out your roster by utilizing free agency, it’s an important factor for finding the last … Continue reading
Photo: Patrick Smith/Getty Images With a wild 2023 NHL Trade Deadline now in the rearview mirror, a lot of teams improved their outlook for either the present or future while others did not help themselves. NoVa Caps grades each Metropolitan … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals returned to work for practice on Friday following their 4-2 loss to the Anaheim Ducks Thursday night. They next host the New York Rangers in the final game of their three-game homestand on Saturday afternoon. Puck drop … Continue reading
Photo: NHL.com The New York Rangers acquired left-wing Vladimir Tarasenko and defenseman Niko Mikkola from the St. Louis Blues in exchange for left-wing Sammy Blais, defenseman prospect Hunter Skinner, and conditional NHL Draft picks (2023 first-round, 2024 fourth-round).
Photo: HC Hawks/VHL Washington Capitals forward prospect Ivan Miroshnichenko was recently promoted from Avangard Omsk’s MHL club to their VHL club and recorded primary assists for the team’s first and last goals in their 3-2 victory on Monday.
Photo: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images The offseason between the 2020-2021 and 2021-22 seasons continues to be eventful. It has included additional player signings and acquisitions and other news since NoVa Caps’ previous light-hearted summary of the offseason events in early August. … Continue reading
Photo: Alex Ovechkin What an offseason so far! While the offseason between the 2020-21 and 2021-22 seasons is shorter than usual, it’s been somewhat eventful. The flat salary cap has given General Managers incentive to jettison players they would normally … Continue reading
Photo: SN After teams’ protection lists for the 2021 NHL Expansion Draft were released on Sunday morning, there were several surprises and plenty of big names available for the Seattle Kraken to pick from by Wednesday at 10 AM ET. … Continue reading