Capitals winger Stanislav Galiev has changed his jersey number to 16, he confirmed Monday.The move coincides with Galiev’s contract moving to a one-way deal for 2016-17.It
Stanislav Galiev knows what he’s up against.He knows the forward lineup in Washington is stacked with skill and experience. But Galiev also knows what Coach Barry
"I think a guy like Stan Galiev, we’ll find out what he can do," Barry Trotz said at the NHL Draft.
With the Capitals’ 2015-16 season now in the rearview mirror, we continue with our numerical player-by-player roster analysis.No. 49 Stanislav GalievAge: 24 (turns 25 on
The forward appeared in just 24 games for Washington, which did not want to send him to the minors for fear of exposing him to waivers.
Without Alex Ovechkin and Marcus Johansson, Stanislav Galiev has a grand opportunity tonight to show the coaching staff how well he can play.
View image | gettyimages.com Check this one in the true bucket list category. While vacationing in Vietnam, Washington Capitals prospect Stanislav Galiev indulged into the country’s culinary customs. Galiev, a third-round pick of the Capitals in the 2010 NHL Draft, took down a delicate dish of a cobra’s beating heart while chasing it with a shot of the venomous snake’s...
The Washington Capitals have recalled forward Stanislav Galiev from the AHL Hershey Bears. Galive was a third round draft selection fo the Caps in the 2010 NHL Draft. Galiev’s recall likely has to do with injury to forward Tom Wilson. Wilson was hit in the face with a puck during the Caps 2-1 win over Detroit on Sunday. However, Caps forward Eric Fehr has also been hobbled...
Washington Capitals prospect Stanislav Galiev is currently playing with the Caps AHL affiliate the Hershey Bears and he is certainly making good use of his time. The Bears were taking on the Lehigh Valley Phantoms on Wednesday night when Galiev scored this amazing 360, between-the-legs goal. It’s truly a mesmerizing goal and is an easy […] The post Caps Prospect Stanislav Galiev...
The AHL is still completing their preseason schedule and already we may have seen one of the best goals of the year. Stanislav Galiev, a prospect within the Washington Capitals organization, took the puck between his legs and made a defenseman look silly before burying the puck in the back of the net. The spin-o-rama may be dead in the shootout, but it lives on right here.
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