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Scenes from the Capitals Annual Equipment Sale

One of the biggest staples of the Caps Fan Fest is their equipment sale. Here you can find many game-used items that players over the years have used. Everything from sticks, skates, gloves, helmets, practice jerseys, and team gear worn by the players themselves were all for sale on the upper level of Kettler Capitals Iceplex. One thing that caught my eye was the amount of sticks...
Via NoVa Caps
1 hour ago

Fan Fest – A Glimpse of the Players Attending Development Camp

The Capitals Development Camp got underway today and will continue through July 1st at Kettler Capitals Iceplex in Arlington, VA. The entire camp is open to the public (complete on-ice schedule and roster available here) with a scrimmage set for Saturday, July 1st, at 10 a.m. This afternoon, as part of Fan Fest, the fans got to see the Development Camp participants on the ice at...
Via NoVa Caps
5 hours ago

Jill Sorenson caught up with Caps prospect Colby Williams

Jill Sorenson talked to Caps prospect Colby Williams at development camp about what he hopes to show when it comes to his growth.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
5 hours ago

Jill Sorenson talks to Capitals prospect Lucas Johansen

Jill Sorenson talks to Capitals prospect Lucas Johansen at development camp.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
5 hours ago

Jill Sorenson talks with Capitals alumn Mike Knuble

Jill Sorenson talks with Capitals alumn Mike Knuble who's back in town for the Caps Alumni game.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
5 hours ago

Capitals Daily Report: Let’s Go Camping!

Development Camp, the most wonderful time of the offseason, is officially underway! On Tuesday, Capitals prospects and a few undrafted free agents began the five-day session. All four Capitals draft picks from Saturday were in attendance. Tuesday also marked the annual fan fest and alumni game. DEFENSE The defense worked on speed, skate work, and play along the boards on the first...
Via NoVa Caps
5 hours ago

Washington Capitals Re-Sign Pending UFA Brett Connolly

Via FOX Sports
6 hours ago

Capitals Development Camp: Prospects to Watch

The Washington Capitals kicked off development camp at Kettler Capitals Iceplex Tuesday, showcasing their prospects and newer draft picks for the first time this offseason. With this year’s camp comes a wave of returning players and newcomers, and each of them come with something to prove. While big-name prospects like Madison Bowey and Christian Djoos are not in attendance, there...
Via The Hockey Writers
11 hours ago

Lindsay Czarniak had to wear a penguin costume on ESPN and it’s the Caps’ fault

It’s been more than six weeks since the Penguins eliminated the Capitals (again) in the playoffs en route to winning the Stanley Cup (again), but Tuesday morning’s “SportsCenter” provided another unpleasant reminder that Pittsburgh is the home of the NHL champions and D.C. is not. Fairfax native and Capitals fan Lindsay Czarniak made a friendly wager on Washington and […]
Via DC Sports Blog
13 hours ago

Multiple Stanley Cups in D.C., T.J. Oshie? Okay, cool, sounds great.

The Washington Capitals were birthed into this world in 1974, making them older than, say, Allen Iverson. Since that happy day, the Capitals have won zero games in the Stanley Cup finals. Not one. Their fans are loyal, wise, funny, slightly crazy, and very very scarred. It’s hard to imagine just how much joy and relief […]
Via DC Sports Blog
1 day ago

Washington Capitals Re-Sign T.J. Oshie to Massive Contract

Via FOX Sports
2 days ago

T.J. Oshie’s Contract May Come Back and Haunt the Caps

T.J. Oshie's long contract pays him top dollar at an age when most players aren't nearly as productive.
Via Capitals Outsider
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Welcome Back, T.J. Oshie: Eight Years, $46 Million

 Signaling that the Capitals front office is unlikely to abandon the talent pool it has assembled in Washington, the organization made its first major move of the offseason, re-signing right wing T.J. Oshie to an eight-year, $46 million deal. Oshie celebrated the news on Twitter, shedding some light on the deciding factors: Oshie set career highs for goals in both of his seasons...
Via CBS DC
4 days ago

Box Score 6/23: Philly continues to trust the process

Want more news first thing in the day? Sign up for the Yardbarker Morning Bark newsletter here.Good morning and welcome to the YB Box Score, what we're reading while waiting for Phil Jackson to wake up from his nap. Happy birthday today to Brooks Laich, LaDainian Tomlinson, Brandon Stokley and Zinedine Zidane. On today's date on in 2003 Barry Bonds became the first player in baseball...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Braden Holtby marches in Capital Pride Parade (PHOTO)

Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby expressed how open-minded he is by marching in Washington D.C. on Saturday. Holtby and his wife, Brandy, marched in the Capital Pride Parade on Saturday, supporting LGBTQ rights, and here’s a photo showing them there. Fans, of course, wanted selfies with the Caps’ netminder.
Via The Sports Daily
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Trade Alex Ovechkin? OK, here are 10 pretend deals the Capitals could make

Let’s trade Alex Ovechkin to every team in the NHL. Wait, not every team. The plan was to invent a hypothetical trade that the Capitals would consider, but folks, that’s impossible. Earlier this week, Washington Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan opened the door to the possibility of the potential of the idea of the notion of maybe trading Ovechkin if the right deal came...
Via The Comeback
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Capitals aren’t planning to trade Ovechkin, but are keeping future options open

As if on schedule, trade rumors involving Alex Ovechkin popped up almost immediately after the Washington Capitals were knocked out of the playoffs. In a recent interview, Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan has dismissed those rumors, stating the team has no intention of trading away Ovechkin – for now.In an interview seen on the Washington Post, MacLellan discussed the team’s...
Via The Comeback
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Washington Capitals to play outdoor game at U.S. Naval Academy next season

The Washington Capitals won the Presidents’ Trophy in back-to-back seasons, but failed to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals each time. Washington seemed to finally be in the driver’s seat to bring the Stanley Cup Trophy to D.C. for the first time, well, ever, but another meeting with the defending champion Penguins proved to be too much for them. The Capitals, however...
Via The Sports Daily
May 28, 2017  |  Discuss
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