Evgeny Kuznetsov and Justin Williams are struggling but trying not to pressure themselves.
COLUMN | The three-time Stanley Cup winner stays team will have to ‘earn it’ in Philadelphia.
He's not the grizzled icon anyone expected, but he might just what a playoff-stymied franchise needs.
Justin Williams played in every game this season to hit 1,000 for the season.
The usually slow-starting Capitals built a 3-0 lead after one period in Ottawa on Tuesday and held off the Senators for a 4-2 win that clinched the top spot in the Eastern Conference and the Metropolitan Division title. Washington players were frustrated by their performance in the second and third periods, but those first 20 minutes, […]
WASHINGTON — Capitals forward Justin Williams stood in front of his locker stall and pondered the question. A three-time Stanley Cup champion, he’s been on winning teams before. Williams has seen what it takes and internalized lessons from the efforts that have fallen short. A few minutes after Washington won yet another game – this time 3-2 over the Arizona Coyotes at Verizon...
Braden Holtby was doing his usual stretches prior to the Capitals game against the Oilers when he was suddenly crushed by teammate Justin Williams. Holtby was doing the splits when Williams fell backwards. It almost seems like Williams has no idea his flattened goaltender was beneath him. Thankfully Holtby proved to be OK, but this could have had a very bad ending. Williams...
Justin Williams will be an unrestricted free agent on July 1st and to date his future looks pretty cloudy. Williams, 33, may be at a crossroads in his career as the LA Kings look to squeeze in numerous players despite minimal room under the salary cap. What does Williams want to do at this stage of his career? He loves the LA Kings, but he’s open to playing for a winner. Via...
LOS ANGELES -- Justin Williams has a flair for the dramatic. The flowing curly hair, the beard that might have been the best on the team and an epic nickname: Mr. Game 7. But the nickname, one he demurs and his teammates chide, was effectively shed Friday night at Staples Center. His new nickname? Mr. Conn Smythe. After leading all scorers in the Stanley Cup Final and coming through...
Justin Williams won the Conn Smythe trophy as playoff MVP on Friday night after helping lead the Los Angeles Kings to their second Stanley Cup title in three years with a Game 5 win over the New York Rangers in double overtime. The veteran winger led the Cup Final in scoring with seven points (two goals, five assists) in five games, including the Game 1 winner scored in overtime...
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