Andre Burakovsky scored in the first period, and Braden Holtby and Pheonix Copley combined for a shutout in the Washington Capitals’ 1-0 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday night in the exhibition opener for both teams.
An agreement is in place for Nationals Park to host the 2015 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic, the Washington Post reports, citing “multiple individuals with knowledge of the situation.”
Most people may be sad about summer ending, but for hockey fans it means that the season is about to begin.
Missing the playoffs for the first time in seven seasons may have been the “greatest” outcome for the future of the Capitals, Brooks Laich told NHL.com.
The Washington Capitals have signed forward Nathan Walker, the first Australian player to be drafted by an NHL team.
For all sports fans it’s easy to get wrapped up in our own little worlds and to imagine our city as having the worst luck.
To be a D.C. sports fan is to know what a kick in the face on a Sunday evening feels like.
Caps GM George MacLellan addressed the team’s decision to give Brooks Orpik a five-year contract, how the players “checked out” on Adam Oates, and not wanting to be called ‘GMBM.’
Prior to signing with the Capitals, Brooks Orpik says he never really envisioned playing anywhere besides Pittsburgh, but now that he’s in D.C., he’s noticed there’s “a lot of similarities to our group in Pittsburgh.”
The Washington Capitals have signed 27-year-old goaltender Justin Peters, formerly of the Carolina Hurricanes, to a two-year, $1.9 million contract, the team announced Tuesday afternoon.