11:55 PM EDT, Thu August 21, 2014
Washington Capitals Rumors & News
CSN Washington 2 hours ago
Washington Capitals new coach Barry Trotz took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge with a guest.
Washington Post 17 hours ago
Of the roughly half a billion dollars dispensed by NHL teams to free agents on July 1, the five-year, $27.5 million contract the Capitals offered Brooks Orpik attracted the most skepticism. The deal was widely panned by pundits who believe the veteran defenseman, who turns 34 in September, can never live up to it. They point to his dwindling ice time and poor possession statistics in recent seasons. Read full article >>
CSN Washington 15 hours ago
Talk to just about anyone around the NHL and they will tell you that to stop the Capitals you must first stop Nicklas Backstrom.
Earlier this offseason we learned the Capitals entire slate of games for the upcoming 2014-15 campaign. Now we go a bit deeper by counting down the 10 most interesting contests.
As part of our summer series previewing the 2014-15 NHL season, CSNwashington.com is analyzing all 30 teams, division by division. Today we continue with the Eastern Conference’s Atlantic Division.
As part of our summer series previewing the 2014-15 NHL season, CSNwashington.com is analyzing all 30 NHL teams, division by division. Today we continue with the Eastern Conference’s Atlantic Division.
The impact Brooks Orpik makes on the Capitals this season will not be measured in goals, assists and plus-minus.
CSN Washington Aug 19, 2014
The Maple Leafs lost 12 of their final 14 games last season, fell from a playoff position and missed the postseason for the 8th time in 9 years. Can they bounce back in 2014-15?
New York Daily News Aug 19, 2014
An Islanders representative confirmed on Tuesday afternoon that Charles Wang has reached an agreement to sell the team to Jon Ledecky, a former co-owner of the Washington Capitals and an investor named Scott Malkin.
CSN Washington Aug 19, 2014
Is Braden Holtby the fearless No. 1 goalie who came within one win of getting the Capitals into the 2012 Eastern Conference Finals? Or is he the inconsistent netminder who struggled throughout much of last season.
An all-time great defensemen, Sergei Gonchar got his start in Washington and was with the Caps longer than he was with any other team.
Defensive anchor Ken Klee spent most of his career in Washington, but proved his worth elsewhere for many seasons.
Joe Juneau scored the biggest goal in the history of the Caps. Since then, he's been working on something even more important.
CSN Washington Aug 17, 2014
Ovechkin takes in a Moscow soccer game with a star-studded selfie.
Capitals Player News
Capitals’ Brooks Orpik dismisses critics who say he’s overpaid
Capitals' Top 25 impact players for 2014-15: No. 2: Nicklas Backstrom
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