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  • Spaced out over the next 11 days, we will feature end-of-season profiles for every player on the Washington Capitals, a year-in-review of sorts looking at their statistics, story lines and such. The full list of published pieces can be found at the end. Up now, center and alternate captain Nicklas Backstrom. The first rule of […]... read more...
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  • The tears began to form inside general manager Brian MacLellan’s eyes, and soon the Washington Capitals’ practice facility fell silent, except for the clicking of a single camera shutter. “Sorry,” he said, turning away and wiping his face. “Sorry,” he said again, after a long pause. But these were happy tears coming from the firm-toned, […]... read more...
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  • Spaced out over the rest of June, we will feature end-of-season profiles for every player on the Washington Capitals, a year-in-review of sorts looking at their statistics, story lines and such. The full list of published pieces can be found at the end. Forward Marcus Johansson is the next man up. In the beginning of […]... read more...
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  • Spaced out over the next 11 days, we will feature end-of-season profiles for every player on the Washington Capitals, a year-in-review of sorts looking at their statistics, story lines and such. The full list of published pieces can be found at the end. Up now, goaltender Braden Holtby. The relationship began with a question about routine, […]... read more...
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  • Spaced out over the rest of June, we will feature end-of-season profiles for every player on the Washington Capitals, a year-in-review of sorts looking at their statistics, story lines and such. The full list of published pieces can be found at the end. Forward Evgeny Kuznetsov is the next man up. Among the English expressions forward […]... read more...
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  • Monday afternoon, Capitals General Manager Brian MacLellan offered hints of the team’s offseason plans; suggesting Jay Beagle is a top unrestricted priority by lumping him among the pending restricted free agents; expressing the desire to give youngsters Andre Burakovsky and Tom Wilson more minutes; hoping aloud that the pending free agents might forgo larger contr... read more...
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  • Spaced out over the next 11 days, we will feature end-of-season profiles for every player on the Washington Capitals, a year-in-review of sorts looking at their statistics, story lines and such. The full list of published pieces can be found at the end. Up now, captain and forward Alex Ovechkin. Hair twisted into chaos with sweat, […]... read more...
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  • Spaced out over the rest of June, we will feature end-of-season profiles for every player on the Washington Capitals, a year-in-review of sorts looking at their statistics, story lines and such. The full list of published pieces can be found at the end. Now, forward Joel Ward. This crossroads had greeted him before, a starring […]... read more...
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  • The prospect of leaving the Washington Capitals had already “scared the [heck]” out of defenseman Mike Green even before the postseason reached its disappointing conclusion, so of course the feeling had not yet dissipated when he arrived to address reporters one last time. Friday afternoon, the 29-year-old sported a freshly trimmed beard, slicked-back hair and […]... read more...
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  • Spaced out over the rest of June, we will feature end-of-season profiles for every player on the Washington Capitals, a year-in-review of sorts looking at their statistics, story lines and such. The full list of published pieces can be found at the end. Up now, forward Troy Brouwer. Troy Brouwer had hoisted the Stanley Cup over […]... read more...
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  • Spaced out over the rest of June, we will feature end-of-season profiles for every player on the Washington Capitals, a year-in-review of sorts looking at their statistics, story lines and such. The full list of published pieces can be found at the end. Now, defenseman Matt Niskanen. It became a predictable exercise during the season, […]... read more...
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  • Wrapping up general manager Brian MacLellan’s end-of-season news conference, here are some final leftovers that wouldn’t fit into the previous posts here and here. During his first season atop the Washington Capitals’ front office, general manager Brian MacLellan made exactly five moves. On July 1, the first day of free agency, he handed three contracts […]... read more...
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  • Spaced out over the rest of June, we will feature end-of-season profiles for every player on the Washington Capitals, a year-in-review of sorts looking at their statistics, story lines and such. The full list of published pieces can be found at the end. Up now, alternate captain and defenseman Brooks Orpik. On July 1, 2014, the […]... read more...
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  • Not long removed from his transatlantic flight to Prague for the IIHF World Championships, three days after the Washington Capitals’ season ended in Game 7 of the second round to the New York Rangers, forward Alex Ovechkin made a quick impact for Team Russia, scoring the second goal in a 4-0 thumping over the United […]... read more...
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  • Spaced out over the next 11 days, we will feature end-of-season profiles for every player on the Washington Capitals, a year-in-review of sorts looking at their statistics, story lines and such. The full list of published pieces can be found at the end. Up now, defenseman John Carlson. The defining image of defenseman John Carlson’s season, […]... read more...
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  • Defenseman Brooks Orpik had conducted his research before signing with the Washington Capitals last July, calling friends around the league for the scuttlebutt about playing in the District, but a certain degree of nervousness still hovered over the veteran. He would join a new team for the first time in his career, parachuting into a […]... read more...
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  • This season, no position in the Washington Capitals’ lineup went through more upheaval than top-line right wing, the complement to the stars. The search to slot someone beside Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom cycled through five options in the first 16 games, then added three more by early February, including both the team’s oldest player and […]... read more...
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  • It wouldn’t have been a Barry Trotz news conference at Kettler Capitals Iceplex without the Zamboni roaring in the background, the ground rattling from the laundry machines and one answer branching off into four. He had met reporters almost every day since his debut season coaching the Washington Capitals began – sometimes twice, occasionally three […]... read more...
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  • Spaced out over the rest of June, we will feature end-of-season profiles for every player on the Washington Capitals, a year-in-review of sorts looking at their statistics, story lines and such. The full list of published pieces can be found at the end. Next, defenseman Karl Alzner. Three days after the Winter Classic, when his […]... read more...
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  • It wouldn’t have been a Barry Trotz news conference at Kettler Capitals Iceplex without the Zamboni roaring in the background, the ground rattling from the laundry machines and one answer branching off into four. He had met reporters almost every day since his debut season coaching the Washington Capitals began – sometimes twice, occasionally three […]... read more...
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