The NHL Playoffs are here which means new merch has hit the Washington Capitals’ team store on Fanatics. You can view all the new items here.
NHL players and coaches are conducting all interviews through Zoom during the 2020 playoffs.
While keeping (most) media out adds another layer of protection to the bubble, there also can be technology and language issues that can make the conversations awkward. And that happened today when Michal Kempny spoke to Capitals media.
On Saturday afternoon, Minnesota Wild defenseman Matt Dumba became the first NHL player to kneel during the American national anthem.
Before the anthem, Dumba gave a powerful speech on systemic racism prior to the start of the Chicago Blackhawks-Edmonton Oilers game.
The Rangers-Hurricanes series got real fast.
After a goal and several big hits, 38-year-old Justin Williams dropped the gloves with Ryan Strome two minutes and forty-eight seconds into the game.
The former Capital won the fight.
The Edmonton Oilers have won their first Stanley Cup since 1990… in a video game.
Saturday, EA Sports announced that the Oilers won its annual Playoff Simulation defeating the Pittsburgh Penguins in six games.
Ladies and gentlemen, start… your… sitting! Wall-to-wall hockey is here, especially if you have an NHL.tv subscription.
The 2020 NHL Playoffs officially starts today with five NHL Qualifying games totaling at least 14 hours of hockey.
The NHL entered its bubbles in Toronto and Edmonton with no positive cases of coronavirus and that’s continued since then.
TSN’s Darren Dreger reports that there have been no positive test results during the NHL’s Phase 4.
Andre Burakovsky brought 13 different pairs of shoes. The former Capitals forward’s haul was documented by current teammate and Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog.
Former Capitals defenseman Shaone Morrisonn reflected on his time in the NHL during an interview with the Cardiff Devils’ Oliver Hampson.
Morrisonn, who spent parts of six seasons with the Capitals from 2003 to 2010, had one of the best seats in the house for the Young Guns era in Washington and shared several stories of note about Alex Ovechkin. For instance, Morrisonn revealed that Ovi is not a napper.
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