The Capitals’ trade with Nashville for winger Martin Erat just before Wednesday’s trade deadline might not seem that big a deal as, say, the Rangers’ trade of underachieving three-time 40-goal scorer Marian Gaborik, but could prove to be quite consequential for Washington.
The Washington Capitals announced they’ve re-signed restricted free-agent defenseman John Carlson to a six-year, $23.8 million contract.
Arlington, VA-The Caps ended their 2012 Development Camp with General Manager George McPhee and Head Coach Adam Oates speaking to the media and summarizing the week.
Arlington, VA-Capitals General Manager George McPhee spoke to the media today about the coaching search, personnel decisions and the upcoming NHL Draft.
Coming off being scratched for the first 12 of the Capitals’ 14 playoff games in their 2012 playoff run, Jeff Halpern now puts his hometown in the rear-view again. The 11-year veteran and Potomac, Maryland native was told by general manager George McPhee that he will not be re-signed before the start of Free Agency July 1.
Dale Hunter won’t be back with the Capitals next season as the players spoke about losing their head coach and where the team will go from here.
The General Manager of the Washington Capitals announced Monday afternoon that Head Coach Dale Hunter will not be returning to the team for the 2012-2013 season.
Washington Capitals fans have suffered the reigning disappointment of watching their team favored to win Lord Stanley’s Cup, let them down again and again. Perhaps all they needed was just a little less expectation.
Arlington, VA-The Capitals announced today that they have recalled center Mattias Sjogren from Farjestad of the Swedish Elite League.
From a coaching change to player trades, this Capitals franchise has endured far more in-season drama than any of the prior incarnations that haven’t lived up to the hype. As we all nervously await the start of the post-season, with more grit and experience than ever before, is this team finally built for the playoffs?