Washington Capitals 2013 Offseason Roster MovesChange was imminent for the Capitals. After losing both Matt Hendricks and Mike Ribeiro to Free Agency, here's an updated list of all offseason transactions that will affect Washington's 2013-14 roster.
Report: Mike Ribeiro Phoenix-Bound on 4-year, $22M DealUnrestricted Free Agent Mike Ribeiro, 33, has reportedly agreed to terms on a 4-year, $22 million deal with the Phoenix Coyotes.
Oates: Bruins Struggled Before Winning The Cup and 'Haven't Changed a Thing'In an interview with the Junkies Thursday that came off more like a state-of-the-franchise, Caps head coach Adam Oates seemed to lend some wisdom as to what direction the team will go in with its once young core of Ovi, Backstrom and Green.
Ribeiro's Late Goal Lifts Caps Over Canes Mike Ribeiro scored with 2:16 remaining, and the Washington Capitals rallied for a 3-2 win over the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday night.
Nothing Like Spoiling Big Victories: Caps Should Trade Their Best PlayerThe Washington Capitals came surging back from obscurity to rob the Boston Bruins of a victory in Overtime Tuesday, but that doesn't necessarily reflect the storyline of their season.
Caps Turn to Older, More Reliable Ribeiro to Replace SeminMike Ribeiro, who turns 33 next month, is four years older than Alexander Semin, but he’s much more reliable. Ribeiro only ranked 47th among the top 100 active scorers last season but only 11 joined him in having reached the 50-point plateau in eight straight years.
Mike Ribeiro Meets The MediaArlington, VA-Capitals center Mike Ribeiro spoke to the media for the first time since being traded June 22nd from the Dallas Stars to the Washington Capitals.
Capitals Trade For Center Mike RibeiroThe Caps traded forward Cody Eakin and their 2012 second round pick (54th overall) to the Dallas Stars for center Mike Ribeiro.