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Washington Capitals Rumors & News
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Forward Jakub Vrana and defenseman Madison Bowey are among the top prospects who will be attending the Caps' five-day camp.
CSN Washington Jul 4, 2015
While this week's headlines went to Justin Williams and T.J. Oshie, the Caps also signed three forwards and two defensemen to improve their depth.
CSN Washington Jul 4, 2015
Joel Ward found a team willing to give him a three-year contract. His former Caps teammates will miss him.
Washington Post Jul 3, 2015
The writing had been scratched into the wall over the past several days, as the Washington Capitals continued adding right wingers and there became increasingly little room for Joel Ward. They had been at odds with the 34-year-old over terms anyway, preferring a short-term offer for his services instead of the four-year deal Ward wanted. All signs pointed toward Ward moving on from the team that signed him during his last tour through unrestricted free agency. He found a landing spot Friday.Read full article >>
Capitals right winger Joel Ward has reportedly found a new home, signing a deal to head out West. Details here.
The Washington Capitals announced the schedule and 36-man roster for their 2015 development camp, a five-day summer session for prospects beginning next Tuesday at their practice facility in Arlington.Read full article >>
Former Capitals right wing Troy Brouwer was making crafts with his daughter when he got the phone call that changed his summer plans.
By adding Justin Williams and T.J. Oshie, are the Capitals better today than when they ended the season?
The buzz from the Washington Capitals’ July acquisitions had not yet subsided when general manager Brian MacLellan and Coach Barry Trotz began discussing where their two newest additions would slide into the lineup. Thursday night, they signed right-winger Justin Williams, a move lauded for his strong possession numbers and top-line potential. Thursday evening, they brokered a three-player deal with St. Louis, acquiring another right-winger in T.J. Oshie, another guaranteed top-six piece thrown into the mix.Read full article >>
Watch this video of a 5-year-old sobbing in response to the T.J. Oshie trade if you want your heart to break into tiny pieces.
T.J. Oshie knows all about falling short of playoff expectations. He wants to change that for himself and the Caps.
He had tried to avoid the rumors, spending time away from hockey after another early postseason exit. But if the ambient noise didn’t reach T.J. Oshie, text messages from his friends certainly did. At first, he thought the St. Louis Blues might have traded him last weekend at the NHL draft, but when that passed he reconsidered. Maybe the 28-year-old winger would stay put, in the city of the team that drafted him a decade ago. Maybe Oshie would, as he believed last summer, retire there, too.Read full article >>
The Capitals acquired T.J. Oshie from the Blues for Troy Brouwer, did they win the trade?
The Capitals just acquired right winger and former Olympic hero T.J. Oshie. Here's what we found out about him after scrolling through his personal Twitter account for 10 minutes.
Less than 24 hours after acquiring one of the top free-agent forwards on the open market, the Washington Capitals made a blockbuster trade Thursday evening with the St. Louis Blues, acquiring forward T.J. Oshie in exchange for forward Troy Brouwer, goaltending prospect Pheonix Copley and a third-round pick in the 2016 draft.Read full article >>