The playoffs start Thursday for the Capitals, and now fans can show their allegiance on their lawns.
2019 playoff lawn signs are now available at MedStar Capitals Iceplex team store.
The Lose for Hughes campaign finally has a winner.
The New Jersey Devils will select the first overall pick in the 2019 NHL entry draft, followed by the New York Rangers. The lottery for the draft pick order was held in Toronto and broadcast on NHL Network in the States and on SportsNet in Canada.
Devante Smith-Pelly was a playoff hero for the Capitals during their first successful Stanley Cup run, registering seven goals and one assist during the twenty-four games played. This year he’ll start the postseason in the AHL.
After the Washington Capitals held practice Monday, general manager Brian MacLellan said that they had no plans to call up DSP ahead of the team’s first-round series.
The Washington Capitals had their first postseason practice Monday ahead of their first-round matchup with the Carolina Hurricanes. But for one player, this morning’s commute was especially difficult.
Capitals center Lars Eller, who scored the team’s Stanley Cup game-winning goal last season, had his car break down on Glebe Road on his way to the team’s practice facility.
He spoke about the incident with the Sports Junkies.
Buried in the press release that defenseman Bobby Nardella signed an ATO with the Hershey Bears, another Caps defender will be making his way to the Bears.
2018 first-round pick Alexander Alexeyev has been reassigned to the Bears from the Red Deer Rebels to rehab a knee injury.
With the Hershey Bears closing in on the playoffs after clinching a spot yesterday, they’ve brought in some reinforcements.
Like Joe Snively earlier this season, Bobby Nardella, who was signed to a two-year entry level contract by the Capitals on Friday, has signed an amateur tryout deal with the Bears.
The Florida Panthers announced on Monday morning that they have hired Joel Quenneville to be their new head coach. This news comes only a day after the team announced that they had relieved coach Bob Boughner of his duties.
Thursday night, the Caps clinched the Metro Division title for the fourth consecutive year. Additionally, the Carolina Hurricanes returned to the postseason for the first time in a decade, closing the deal on the first wild-card spot in the East.
This matchup has been brewing for a while, but we finally have the game dates for the first round of the playoffs. The Caps will open their defense of the Stanley Cup Thursday, April 11 at 7:30 PM.
Alex Ovechkin is chasing down Wayne Gretzky’s all-time goals record of 894. But, according to Tom Gulitti of NHL.com, he’s still chasing down the Great One’s game-used stick for his massive stick collection.
Ovechkin did exactly that, but “I’m still waiting,” he told NHL.com in a wide-ranging interview that covered the Russian machine’s goal-scoring prowess.
Last Thursday against the Tampa Bay Lightning, Alex Ovechkin notched his 50th and 51st goals, becoming only the third player to score eight 50 goal seasons.
To commemorate the occasion, Sportsnet takes us down memory lane in a supercut of every 50th goal Ovi has scored. Each one is more magical than the next.
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