Found July 01, 2013 on
The Washington Capitals are parting ways with the 'Paralyzer.'
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
'PISSED BEYOND BELIEF'
Mike Ribeiro's wife Tamara took to Twitter to blast the Washington Capitals for for not attempting to re-sign the veteran after a productive season.
The Capitals took another skilled, fast winger in the first round Sunday. (Washington Capitals)
NEW YORK - Sunday afternoon and evening in Newark, New Jersey, the Washington Capitals made six selections in the NHL Draft. All of them bring different things to the table and could potentially have different impacts for the big club down the road – but three in particular stand...
The Washington Capitals are putting an end to Jeff Schultz’s time there. WSH puts Jeff Schultz on unconditional ($100) waivers for purposes of buyout. Ditto for NYI and Rick DiPietro. — Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) July 2, 2013 Schultz was drafted by the Washington Capitals in the first round, 27th overall in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft as one of the Capitals’ three...
It was just over a year ago that George McPhee finally got what he had been looking for. In trading Cody Eakin and a second-round pick to Dallas, he ended his search for a legitimate second-line center. Mike Ribeiro was pretty much everything the Capitals had been looking for since Fedorov retired. And unlike the previous experiment with the likes of Brendan Morrison, Ribeiro...
I think you can make a good argument that Jeff Schultz is the most hated player in Capitals history.