Tag Archives: Washington Capitals Alumni

Capitals Alumni Profile: Doug Jarvis

Photo: NHL A recent suspension of Anaheim Ducks forward Andrew Cogliano ended the durable forward’s consecutive games played streak at 830 games, the All-Time Games Played streak of former Washington Capitals player, Doug Jarvis, remains unchallenged, even more than 20 years after … Continue reading

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John Erskine Talks About His New Coaching Job, His Coaching Style and Playing with Alex Ovechkin

Photo: Patrick Kennedy/The Whig-Standard Last week we relayed to you the news that former Capitals Defenseman John Erskine has accepted an assistant coaching position with Queens University, in his hometown of Kingston, Ontario.  This is Erskine’s first coaching job at … Continue reading

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Capitals Announce “Alumni Game” Will Be Held After Outdoor Stadium Series Game

The Washington Capitals announced Thursday night that there will be a Caps Alumni game as part of the Outdoor Classic weekend festivities. The announcement was made at Caps Casino night, held at MGM National Harbor. The Capitals auctioned off a … Continue reading

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Brian Bellows – A Short But Memorable Capitals Career

Photos: Getty Images Brian Bellows spent the last part of the 1997-1998 season and the entire 1998-1999 season with the Washington Capitals.  The Caps turned out to be the last team for which he played.  While his tenure with the … Continue reading

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Capitals Alumni Profile: Bengt-Ake Gustafsson

The Capitals have had a number of great centers in their 43-year history in the NHL. One of those centers was Swede Bengt Gustafsson. In NoVa Caps’ latest Capitals Alumni Profile, NoVa Caps’ Diane Doyle takes a look back at … Continue reading

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Washington Capitals Alumni Profile: Michal Pivonka

Photo: NHL In the 43-year history of the Capitals, the team has had a number of talented, playmaking forwards. While current first-line center Nicklas Backstrom is the team’s all-time assists leader, the record was formerly held by one of the … Continue reading

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Portrait of a Washington Capitals Alumni: Bobby Carpenter

Photos: Getty Images Throughout the history of the Capitals, there have been many players who have made headlines in not only Washington, but the NHL as well, due to their play or accomplishments. In this piece, NoVa Caps’ Diane Doyle … Continue reading

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​Former Capital Brooks Laich to attend Los Angeles Kings Training Camp on PTO

Kevin Hoffman/USA Today Sports Former Capitals forward Brooks Laich is currently an unrestricted free agent, but that could change fairly soon. According to John Rosen of the Los Angeles Kings Insider, Laich was on the ice for an informal workout with the … Continue reading

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Alexander Semin Says He’s Not Finished with Hockey, Still Follows Capitals

Photo by G Fiume/Getty Images In an interview with Daria Tuboltseva of Championat.com, former Washington Capitals player Alexander Semin says he is not done with hockey and promises to return. He declared, “I have something to prove and want to fight … Continue reading

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Bobby Carpenter Now Assistant Coach For Kunlun in KHL

Photos: Hockey.ru Bobby Carpenter, who played for the Washington Capitals from 1981-1987 and again in 1992-1993, has a new job.  He will now be working as an Assistant Coach for Mike Keenan for Kunlun Red Star, the second-year KHL team … Continue reading

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