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WTOP Aug 18, 2018

Ovechkin welcomes newborn baby on social media

Move over, Stanley Cup. Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin has something new to cradle at night: his newborn son. See photo.
Puck Prose Aug 16, 2018

Washington Capitals: Stanley Cup banner raising to be nationally televised

Washington Capitals to have their day in the sun with their Stanley Cup banner-raising ceremony nationally televised. To all Washington Capitals fans’ delight, it looks like the entire country will have the opportunity to view the Opening Night festivities that will take part at the Capital One Arena. The Capitals Stanley Cup banner-raising ceremony is […] Washington Capitals: Stanley Cup banner raising to be nationally televised - Puck Prose - Puck Prose - NHL
Puck Prose Aug 14, 2018

Washington Capitals: The summer of Alex Ovechkin is over

From Nationals Park to National Mall, and the World Cup in Moscow, Washington Capitals captain AlexOvechkin has ended his personal Stanley Cup parade in a gym near you. In preparation for his 14th NHL season, Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin is working tirelessly to lead the defending champions to a repeat performance in 2018-19. He has also been partying […] Washington Capitals: The summer of Alex Ovechkin is over - Puck Prose - Puck Prose - NHL
Last Word on Hockey Aug 14, 2018
Franchise Best : Washington Capitals 2017-18 Season

Franchise Best : Washington Capitals 2017-18 Season

The Franchise Best Series comes to you to dive into the all-time best single season for every organization. This, of course, includes post-season results. Join us for a look back at some of the most memorable moments in each franchise’s history. Here is the Washington Capitals best season. Cup fever is still high — even today and for those who still remember the Capitals first expansion season disaster, this elation couldn't come soon enough. There is no question that the 2017-18 was the best season to date for the Capitals. Their grit and determination got them to not only lift...
Sportsnet.ca Aug 6, 2018
Capitals hire Arniel, Cashman as assistant coaches

Capitals hire Arniel, Cashman as assistant coaches

The Washington Capitals have hired Scott Arniel and Reid Cashman as assistants on coach Todd Reirden’s staff. The post Capitals hire Arniel, Cashman as assistant coaches appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
The Hockey Writers Aug 1, 2018

Crafting the Capitals’ Ideal Fourth Line

Entering next season, the biggest shakeup in the Washington Capitals’ Stanley Cup-winning lineup will come on the fourth line. With the departure of Jay Beagle, who spent the better part of a decade pivoting the Capitals’ bottom trio, one of the Capitals’ most consistent lines in recent memory has lost its main constant. Yet change […] The post Crafting the Capitals’ Ideal Fourth Line appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
www.bostonherald.com Jul 30, 2018
Capitals invest big money and time in forward Tom Wilson

Capitals invest big money and time in forward Tom Wilson

Tom Wilson does not want to boast he is now a big part of the Washington Capitals' core.His new contract does that for him.When the Capitals signed the physical, top-line right winger to a $31 million, six-year contract, it was their biggest statement yet about how they see Wilson. The long-term commitment to the 24-year-old is a big-money investment in a homegrown player who played a significant role in Washington winning the Stanley Cup and could be a future captain once Alex Ovechkin is gone."I've taken more on my plate every year, and with this deal that's going to continue to be...
WTOP Jul 30, 2018

Capitals invest big money and time in forward Tom Wilson

Tom Wilson does not want to boast he is now a big part of the Washington Capitals’ core. His new contract does that for him. When the Capitals signed the physical, top-line right winger to…
WTOP Jul 30, 2018

MedStar Health gets naming rights for Capitals, Wizards facilities

MedStar Health has secured naming rights for several practice facilities under an agreement with Monumental Sports, the Ted Leonsis-run company that owns the Washington Capitals, Wizards and Mystics.
The Hockey Writers Jul 28, 2018

Capitals Reward Wilson With Long-Term Deal

Washington Capitals winger Tom Wilson has made himself a name in the NHL, not only carrying a reputation but playing with grit and physicality that has made him a fan favorite and important part of the team on and off the ice. Many were nervous that the restricted free agent was still unsigned heading into […] The post Capitals Reward Wilson With Long-Term Deal appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
WTOP Jul 27, 2018

Washington Capitals re-sign forward Tom Wilson

Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson has been re-signed to a six-year contract with an average annual value of $5.17 million.
WTOP Jul 27, 2018

Capitals re-sign Tom Wilson to $31.02 million, 6-year deal

The Washington Capitals have re-signed right winger Tom Wilson to a $31.02 million, six-year deal.
Sportsnet.ca Jul 27, 2018
Capitals sign Tom Wilson to huge six-year contract

Capitals sign Tom Wilson to huge six-year contract

Tom Wilson’s new deal with the Washington Capitals is a lucrative one that will pay the forward an average of $5.17 million per season. The post Capitals sign Tom Wilson to huge six-year contract appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Last Word on Hockey Jul 27, 2018
Washington Capitals Re-Sign Tom Wilson to Long-Term Deal

Washington Capitals Re-Sign Tom Wilson to Long-Term Deal

The Washington Capitals re-signed restricted free agent right wing Tom Wilson to a six-year contract worth $31 million, or $5.167 million per season AAV. This contract carries him through the 2023-24 season. NEWS | Capitals re-sign forward Tom Wilson to a six-year contract worth an average annual value of $5.17 million https://t.co/8DVbI8QV1i — Washington Capitals (@Capitals) July 28, 2018 Tom Wilson Re-Signs With Washington Capitals Wilson has spent his entire five-year NHL career with Washington. Originally drafted by the Capitals in the 1st round, 16th overall of the 2012 NHL Draft,...
WTOP Jul 26, 2018

Islanders hire Caps’ Mitch Korn as director of goaltending

Mitch Korn rejoins coach Barry Trotz, who he worked under with the Nashville Predators and Washington Capitals.

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