With newly signed Evgeny Kuznetsov looking on, the Washington Capitals did their best to entertain their new teammate.
Caps GM George Mcphee chronicled the nearly 4-year timeline, of his relentless pursuit to sign Evgeny Kuznetsov, which finally concluded in Washington, D.C. on Saturday.
The latest edition of the “Crashing The Net” podcast takes a closer examination of the Washington Capitals deadline deals, and a few other notable trades made around the NHL. Listen to all three segments here.
Jaroslav Halák will make his first start in net for the Capitals against the Coyotes on Saturday, head coach Adam Oates confirmed.
Tuukka Rask got the first win of his career against Washington, Gregory Campbell and Loui Eriksson scored second-period goals and the Boston Bruins beat the Capitals 3-0 on Thursday night.
The Washington Capitals have agreed to terms with forward Evgeny Kuznetsov on an entry-level contract beginning this season, vice president and general manager George McPhee announced on Saturday.
If you’re someone who considers yourself a passive hockey fan, then trade deadline acquisitions can be hard to follow. Here’s a simpler breakdown (with a timeline) explaining the moves the Caps made, and how it will affect the team moving forward.
They didn’t pay dividends in last night’s loss, but Caps general manager George McPhee’s three deals before the NHL trading deadline were pretty sensible.
The Washington Capitals have traded Michal Neuvirth and Rostislav Klesla to the Buffalo Sabres for veteran goaltender Jaroslav Halák and a 2015 third-round pick, the Capitals announced on Wednesday.
Brooks Laich seems pleased with the Caps deadline acquisitions thus far, although he’s leery from one previous “bad apple” who “rocked the boat a little bit.” But who???
The Capitals’ Red Rockers stopped by the studio to tempt the Junkies into Rockin’ The Red in June.