The summer following a Stanley Cup victory is full of many things. Excitement, rising expectations, the thought of a title defense, and of course, celebration. We have already seen all of these things come to fruition as the summer drags along. From all of our favorite Capitals partying with the Cup, to seeing the Vegas […]
The Capitals announced late Friday night that they have reached an agreement with restricted free agent Tom Wilson on a six-year deal. The contract will pay the 24-year old winger $31 million – an average of 5.17 million per year which ranks 22nd among all right-wingers. The five-year vet will carry a cap hit of […]
Just a month after being traded and bought out by the Colorado Avalanche, Brooks Orpik returns to the Capitals on a one-year, $1 million deal. Orpik’s return ensures that Washington will return all six defensemen from last season after re-signing John Carlson and Michal Kempny earlier this summer. This time around, however, Orpik will be […]
Alex Ovechkin has logged more cup-carrying time than a Seattle barista. John Carlson earned a contract worth just about $1 million for every point he scored last season — and he led the NHL’s defensemen in scoring. Evgeny Kuznetsov played the Stanley Cup Final with a shoulder injury suffered in Game 2 and still birdmanned […]
There’s something special about going to a game as an away fan. You’ll get dirty looks. You’ll get heckled. You’re outnumbered. In short, it’s incredible. Before this game, I had only gone to an away Flyers game once before. Back in the magical 2009-10 season, the Flyers met the Devils in the first round of […]
A look at the best roster each Eastern Conference team has constructed since the NHL’s first expansion in 1967.
It will award him $650,000 in the NHL and $220,000 in the AHL.
The Washington Capitals have re-signed their 25-year-old AHL goalie Pheonix Copley to a two year, $1.3 million contract.
Chris Bourque is staying in Hershey.
Three first period goals from Providence leads them over Hershey in game one.