Mike Green’s 10-year run in Washington could end this offseason, as Capitals GM Brian MacLellan admits the team is weighing its options.
In his first year as GM, Brian MacLellan’s Capitals make their return to the playoffs with a remade roster.
With only one game remaining in the regular season, the Washington Capitals are ready for postseason success with a defense they believe in.
See Washington Capitals players rolling around with cute, fuzzy puppies in the 2015 Caps Canine Calendar, available on Dec. 2, 2014.
Alex Ovechkin knew what he was going to do before he heard Capitals teammate Mike Green yelling for the pass.
Ryan Suter had a career-best performance, and the Minnesota Wild made NHL history — all part of one impressive comeback Saturday night.
The Washington Capitals have now endured six consecutive Stanley Cup playoff appearances resulting in failure to get past the second round, three of which ended in failure to escape the first round, and as 106.7 The Fan’s Caps beat reporter Sky Kerstein said, “something needs to change.”
It’s not all going smoothly, but as long as Ovechkin, Backstrom and Green are going strong, the Caps are on course to win their fifth Southeast title in six years.
It was second time lucky for Mike Green, and the Washington Capitals are suddenly showing signs of making a legitimate late-season charge up the Eastern Conference standings.
The Washington Capitals signed Mike Green to a new three-year contract on Monday. Shortly thereafter he joined LaVar Arrington and Chad Dukes on 106.7 The Fan to talk about his return.