Arlington, VA-Semin, Neuvirth, Vokoun all missed practice as George McPhee spoke to the media and gave injury updates and his overall thoughts as the Caps prepare for the Bruins.
Washington seeks a third straight victory Tuesday when it opens a five-game homestand Tuesday night against a New York Islanders team which has already defeated the Capitals twice in 2011-12.
Arlington, VA-Capitals General Manager George McPhee spoke today and talked about the upcoming trade deadline and interesting comments made by Olie Kolzig yesterday about Alex Ovechkin.
Arlington, VA-Alex Ovechkin announced today that he will not attend the 2012 NHL All-Star Game this weekend in Ottawa, Canada.
As the Caps gear up to take on the Stanley Cup champions Boston Bruins in the final game before the All-Star break, the Caps find themselves locked in a tight battle just to make the playoffs.
Arlington, VA-The Caps (24-17-2, 50 points) host the New York Islanders (16-21-6, 38 points) tonight to try and sweep their four game home stand, but the big news was the loss of Mike Green.
Washington, DC-The Capitals came up just short to the red hot St. Louis Blues 2-1 in Dale Hunter’s NHL debut as a head coach.
The Bruce Boudreau era is over in Washington DC. Despite an incredibly hot start by the Caps, the team is in the midst of a prolonged slump and today the organization fired Bruce Boudreau as head coach.
Arlington, VA-New Capitals Head Coach Dale Hunter & Caps players spoke to the media for the first time since the firing of Bruce Boudreau & hiring of Dale Hunter today.
Dale Hunter is a tough guy with a twinkle in his eye. Hunter could be vicious enough to be suspended 21 games for a cheap shot but funny enough to strut bare-chested around the Capitals’ practice facility with his stomach taut, exclaiming, “Washboard, washboard. Got any laundry to do?”