7:34 PM EDT, Sun July 05, 2015
Washington Post 2 hours ago

Caps Insider: Goaltender Braden Holtby joins Marcus Johansson in player-elected arbitration

Goaltender Braden Holtby filed for player-elected arbitration before Sunday’s 5 p.m. deadline, joining forward Marcus Johansson as those Washington Capitals seeking contract mediation, his agent said via text.Read full article >>
Japers' Rink Jun 29, 2015

The Caps' Needs Heading Into The Offseason

A look at which roster spots Washington most needs to upgrade in the coming weeks. Brian MacLellan's second offseason is shaping up to be quite different from his first. The Capitals aren't coming off missing the playoffs — they were a goal away (on two different occasions) from advancing to their first conference final in over 15 years. This time around, the Capitals have around $20 million in cap room to re-sign three restricted free agents (Marcus Johansson, Evgeny Kuznetsov and Braden Holtby) and probably add at least a couple of forwards and a spare skater or two before the start of...
Japers' Rink Jun 24, 2015

Two Dudes: What to do with Braden Holtby?

The Caps need to lock up their franchise goalie long-term... or do they? Caps netminder Braden Holtby had a breakout 2014-15 campaign, appearing in a League-high 73 games, finishing solidly in the top-ten in wins, goals-against average, save percentage and shutouts, and raising his game to an even higher level in the post-season. Now it's time for Holtby to get paid. Still a restricted free agent (RFA), Holtby doesn't have as much leverage right now as if he was unrestricted, but the Caps clearly love him and the feeling appears mutual - getting a deal done that makes sense for all parties...
Japers' Rink Jun 20, 2015

Saturday Caps Clips

Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Updates on Holtby's contract talks, the Bears' coaches get a vote of confidence and more. Your savory breakfast links: Breaking down all of the Caps' draft spots at next week's big event in Sunrise. [WaPo] With the 22nd pick in the 2015 NHL Mock Draft, the Washington Capitals (with our help) select... [Rink] Nothing new to report on a contract for soon-to-be RFA Braden Holtby, although talks are ongoing. [CSNW] Season in review for Tom Wilson. [CSNW] As the Caps continue to search for a top-line winger, they should just say no to frequent...
Washington Post Jun 16, 2015

Caps Insider: Philipp Grubauer ready ‘to take the next step’ into full-time NHL gig

The morning after signing a two-year, one-way contract extension with the Washington Capitals, goaltender Philipp Grubauer hopped onto a teleconference from his native Germany and explained the duality of his new assignment. In all likelihood, Grubauer will begin next season as backup to Braden Holtby, who just tied franchise records for games played, shutouts and wins.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Jun 8, 2015

Updates on Holtby, Ward contract talks from their agents

The Capitals have begun negotiations with Braden Holtby but Joel Ward is still waiting for an offer.
CSN Washington Jun 7, 2015

End of season review: Braden Holtby

Re-signing Braden Holtby will set in motion a summer of activity for the Capitals.

Braden Holtby Photos

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    Evgeny Kuznetsov

    Caps Insider: Capitals, Kuznetsov discussing new contract between 2-3 years

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  • Matt Niskanen

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    Caps Insider: GM Brian MacLellan hopeful Nicklas Backstrom will be ready for training camp

  • Jay Beagle

    Caps Insider: Re-signed Capitals F Jay Beagle ‘didn’t want to be anywhere else’