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JOEL WARD RUMORS & GOSSIP

Caps make a big splash, acquire forward TJ Oshie

GM Brain MacLellan has been warm on former St. Louis Blues forward TJ Oshie for sometime.  The Capitals have been named in many rumors mills regarding Oshie dating back to last year.  With a top off-season priority to acquire a top six forward, MacLellan pulled the trigger on a big trade, that landed TJ Oshie in Washington, one day after signing forward Justin Williams. The Caps...
Via DC Pro Sports Report
July 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Woodward: Tampa Bay Lightning Offseason Forecast – Part 2

On the heels of this past weekend’s 2015 NHL Entry Draft, the Tampa Bay Lightning roster remains exactly the same as it was when the season concluded two weeks ago. With all thirty of the league’s general managers in the same building at the same time, the draft is typically one of the busiest transaction days on the NHL calendar. ANAHEIM, CA – NOVEMBER 22: Mark Barberio ...
Via Lightning Shout
July 01, 2015  |  Discuss

NHL Free Agency Forward Focus: Who Should Colorado Pursue?

  The NHL’s off-season moves at a breakneck pace with the Stanley Cup being awarded one week, the NHL Draft happening the next, and then free agency setting teams up for next season the week after that. With Chicago having won yet another Stanley Cup and the NHL Draft completed last weekend, it means it’s time for free agency to start. As the Colorado Avalanche approach free...
Via BSN Denver
June 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Joel Ward wants a new contract in Washington

Joel Ward wants to be back with the Capitals next season, the veteran forward has made no mistake in voicing that. The question will be however, do the Capitals want to re-sign him? More specifically, can they afford to?Those are both questions that will be answered in the coming weeks, as general manager Brian MacLellan also needs to look at new contracts with several potential...
Via Fox Sports
May 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Valiant third period effort not enough for the Washington Capitals

Game 6 between the Washington Capitals and New York Rangers was, in my opinion, the best game of the series so far. Throughout the entire game there was a sense of a must-win scenario. Of course, the Rangers needed to win game 6 to stay in the playoffs, but there was also pressure on the Caps to eliminate the Rangers and prevent a game 7. Both teams put forth a tremendous effort...
Via isportsweb.com
May 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Goal breakdown: Joel Ward scores last second crusher to give Caps 1-0 lead

The New York Rangers entered last night’s game looking to take advantage of a supposedly tired Washington Capitals team. The Rangers were fresh off a week long break. The Caps had just played a grueling seven game series. Instead, the Caps played suffocating defense through 55 minutes, limiting the Rangers’ chances to the outside, and Read more → The post Goal breakdown: Joel...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
May 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Joel Ward’s Last-Second Goal Lifts Capitals, Stuns Rangers In Game 1 (Video)

NEW YORK — Joel Ward scored with 1.3 seconds left to give the Washington Capitals a 2-1 victory over the New York Rangers on Thursday night in Game 1 of their second-round Stanley Cup playoff series. Ward drove to the net and tapped Alex Ovechkin’s feed past Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist. After the goal was confirmed by replay, Ovechkin kissed Ward on the cheek. Following...
Via NESN.com
April 30, 2015  |  Discuss

An introduction to The Color of Hockey

William Douglas doesn’t dwell on negatives. Perhaps he picked up the trait covering Congress, his current occupation with McClatchy Newspapers – and it’s certainly an occupation. Maybe it stems from teenage years spent in rinks across the Mid-Atlantic, where he was one of two black players in a league that stretched from Maryland to New […] The post The NHL In 2014: An Introduction...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
October 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Predator Ward represents tricky lesson in NHL economics

When the Washington Capitals awarded Joel Ward a four-year, $12-million contract in 2011, it seemed like an outrageous sum at the time. Ward was coming off a regular season in which he scored 10 goals in 80 games. However, significantly, he also was the Nashville Predators' leading playoff scorer (both in goals with seven and points with 13 in 12 games) in what was, at the time,...
Via Fox Sports Tennessee
March 31, 2014  |  Discuss
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