In Today's Edition of D.C. Sports Can't Have Nice Things ...The Su'a Cravens story is just the latest in a long line of letdowns.
Snyder: Ovechkin Can Cast Blame Beyond NHLThe arrogant International Olympic Committee has dirt on its hands, too.
Ovechkin: 'It Sucks' to Not be Allowed to Play in OlympicsIf Alex Ovechkin won't be allowed to play in the Winter Olympics, he's going down while letting everyone know exactly how he feels about it.
Duo Deals: Capitals Re-Sign Kuznetsov, Trade JohanssonThe Caps continue to double down on in-house talent, but tough decisions had to be made to gain more salary cap space.
Capitals Re-sign Dmitry OrlovCapitals re-sign defenseman Dmitry Orlov.
T.J. Oshie, A Capital for 8 More Years, Still Not Over 2016 Playoff Loss to PenguinsCapitals fans may laugh off T.J. Oshie's youthful innocence, but he's determined to get past the Penguins in the playoffs.
Welcome Back, T.J. Oshie: Eight Years, $46 MillionHe wasn't named as one of the team's top priority's, but Oshie's signing is a major sign that the Caps are still in it to win it all.
So Long, Nate: Schmidt Reportedly Heading to VegasThe Capitals lost defenseman Nate Schmidt in the NHL expansion draft.
D.C. Athletes: Not Famous WorldwideJohn Wall is beloved in Washington, but not around the world, apparently.
PHOTO: John Wall Hits Drive Through with Wes JohnsonJust two bros commiserating over Mickey D's. Or something.
Improvements needed, but Caps not ready to move on from OvechkinAfter a down year, Alex Ovechkin must work to evolve his game, Caps GM Brian MacLellan says.
5 ways Caps can keep their championship window open a few more seasonsIt's not entirely over for the Capitals, but GM Brian MacLellan will have to get pretty crafty.