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All pictures via the Caps. Back in March, Inova Blood Donor Services announced that the next Washington Capitals Blood Drive would be Capitals forward Joel Ward. Today, we got photos of it. Needless to say, this bobblehead bears a striking resemblance to Ward, arguably the most accurate-looking wobbler of any Caps bobblehead yet. As Inova […]
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One of the many decisions facing new Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan is whether he should use the final compliance buyout he inherited from outgoing general manager George McPhee.
As part of the NHL’s labor settlement last year teams were granted two compliance buyouts. The Caps used their first on defenseman Jeff Schultz last summer.
Among their candidates this summer...
On July 1st, Washington Capitals center Mikhail Grabovski will become a UFA, but that didn’t stop him from signing with a team before the date…in a totally different sport. Grabovski has signed a contract with the Minsk Ravens, a third-tier soccer club in his homeland of Belarus. He is set to suit up for the team in late July, and [...]
The Washington Capitals will play all of their preseason games in their home arena next season after two experiments in Baltimore yielded less than favorable results.
The team played exhibitions in the Charm City in 2011 and 2013 — and had one canceled due to the 2012 lockout — but announced Thursday that they will not do so again in 2014.
“The Baltimore Hockey Classic was...
After coming off the 2013 season, Alex Ovechkin showed that he was the league’s top goal scorer once again. During the 2013 season, Ovechkin scored 32 goals, which was top in the league. In the 2013-2014 season, Ovechkin led the league by scoring 51 goals in 78 games. Relive Ovechkin’s Maurice “Rocket” Richard winning season here:
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