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Photo: Coaches Association In his introductory press conference as head coach of the Winnipeg Jets on Monday, Rick Bowness confirmed that former Washington Capitals assistant Scott Arniel will join his staff.
Photo: NHL.com According to The Fourth Period’s David Pagnotta, the Washington Capitals and Toronto Maple Leafs are the suitors for Anaheim Ducks goaltender John Gibson. Though, Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman said that he does not believe that the Maple Leafs are … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals officially announced their preseason schedule for the 2022-23 season on Friday morning. They will play six games.
Even though the Washington Capitals have yet to announce their 2022-23 preseason schedule, other teams have released theirs and we are beginning to put the pieces together. Here is what we know, so far:
Photo: Photo by Bill Wippert/NHLI via Getty Images According to ESPN’s Kevin Weekes, Washington Capitals assistant coach Scott Arniel is among five candidates for the Winnipeg Jets’ head coaching vacancy.
Photo: Hockey Wilderness The Washington Capitals are in need of a center after Nicklas Backstrom underwent surgery to resurface his left hip and are reportedly interested in acquiring J.T. Miller from the Vancouver Canucks.
Photo: Pension Plan Puppets With pending unrestricted free agent Justin Schultz not expected to re-sign with the Washington Capitals, the team has an opening on their third defensive pairing. Since no prospects appear ready to take on that role, they will … Continue reading
Photo: NHL.com With right-wing Tom Wilson out until some time around Thanksgiving and the NHL All-Star Break, the Washington Capitals will have to replace him especially after T.J. Oshie was limited to just 44 games last season due to injury … Continue reading
“I Think Carly Makes Everything Look So Easy, He’s So Efficient”: Brooks Orpik Touts John Carlson, Talks Career with Penguins and Capitals
The Washington Capitals’ run to the 2018 Stanley Cup championship was bolstered by a veteran core that featured a defensive unit that proved steady en route to the team’s first championship. Among the core pieces was Brooks Orpik, who was … Continue reading
Photo: MLive Former Washington Capitals head coach Barry Trotz has reluctantly turned down an offer to run the Winnipeg Jets’ bench in order to focus on his family. The announcement was made on Friday.