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Washington Capitals coach Barry Trotz talked about a need for change after watching his team blow a two-goal lead against the Arizona Coyotes earlier this month. They still have a ways to go if their last two games are any indication. Washington tries to avoid a third consecutive loss and fourth in a row at Arizona as these team close their season series Tuesday night. The Capitals...
Via AP on Fox
November 17, 2014  |  Discuss

The Capitals go curling for team-bonding exercise

After losing 3-2 Wednesday night against Edmonton, Barry Trotz gave the team the day off from practice. Instead the team went to the Calgary Curling Club to do some curling as a team-bonding exercise. The players and staff were split into eight teams of four, while Barry Trotz watched over all the teams. While some of the players have curled before, like Brouwer, Chimera, and Holtby...
Via DC Sports-Kings
October 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Flyers Split Squad Had Seven Fights in One Night (Video)

The Philadelphia Flyers played two split squad games on Monday night and they had five fights against the Washington Capitals and two fights against Toronto Maple Leafs in London, Ontario. Philadelphia’s Derek Mathers vs. Washington’s Liam O’Brien Philadelphia’s Brayden Schenn vs. Washington’s Garrett Mitchell Philadelphia’s Blair Jones vs. Washington’s Kris Newbury...
Via BlackSportsOnline
September 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Capitals defenseman Rusty Klesla announces “retirement”

Former Capital Rusty Klesla, seen here earlier this season with the Portland Pirates, announced he was leaving the NHL effective immediately (courtesy of Circling The Wagon) He was only in the Capitals system for one day, but it seems that “former” Capitals property Rusty Klesla has officially announced he will not be playing hockey for the rest of this season. After being acquired...
Via DC Sports-Kings
March 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Caps trade Martin Erat to the Coyotes for Rostislav Klelsa, Chris Brown

Washington Capitals GM George McPhee may feel his job could be in jeopardy.  He may be right.  However, McPhee is attempting to do something about it. Just a day before the NHL trade deadline, McPhee has completed his second trade of the day.  The caps sent disgruntled forward Martin Erat  and minor league forward John Mitchell to the Phoenix Coyotes in exchange for prospect...
Via DC Pro Sports Report
March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Caps Acquire Klesla & Brown for Erat by   Curtis Morrison

Perennial trade requester Martin Erat has found himself ANOTHER new home: the Phoenix Coyotes. In one of many deals completed on the day before the trade deadline (likely to mess with the nine-hour trade deadline shows), the Phoenix Coyotes sent Chris Brown (no, not the singer), Rostislav Klesla, and a 4th round pick to the Washington Capitals for Erat and [...]
Via The Hockey House
March 04, 2014  |  Discuss
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