John Carlson spoke to the media Tuesday, for the first time since returning from Sochi and representing the U.S. in a losing effort to claim a medal in Olympic Hockey.
USA Hockey has chosen players to represent the United States at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, and Washington Nationals defenseman John Carlson is among them.
Capitals’ defenseman John Carlson was asked to give his opinion on the ongoing issue regarding the Redskins’ controversial team name, in an interview with Lavar and Dukes on 106.7 The Fan on Tuesday. His response: “I think it’s stupid…
Washington defenseman John Carlson has a legitimate chance to make the US Olympic hockey team this winter.
After falling into a 3-0 hole in the 1st period against the Boston Bruins Tuesday evening, it appeared as though all hope was lost for a Washington Capitals victory. But as John Carlson told 106.7 The Fan Wednesday, “It’s easy to look at the score and get down about the game.”
Check out the photos from the 1st Chalk Talk of 2013 at Carmines with Brooks Laich, John Carlson and the Junkies.
The Washington Capitals announced they’ve re-signed restricted free-agent defenseman John Carlson to a six-year, $23.8 million contract.
The Caps lost Game 3 and the series lead to the Bruins 4-3 on Monday courtesy of a late Zdeno Chara goal.
The Washington Capitals took to the ice this afternoon at TD Garden a day after their game one playoff loss to the Boston Bruins.
Brooks Laich scored a goal of his own to help the Washington Capitals clinch their fifth straight playoff berth by defeating the Florida Panthers 4-2.