The Washington Capitals kick off their preseason Monday by hosting the Chicago Blackhawks. Here are the five most important questions the Capitals and their players face in the 2019-20 season.
by: AP — USA Today 14 Sep
Marner led the Maple Leafs last season with career highs in points (94) and assists (68).
by: David Trice — Fansided: Stars and Sticks 13 Sep
When competing year in and year out for the Stanley Cup, most contenders spend majority of their time right up against the salary cap. The Washington Capit...
by: email@example.com (The Peerless) — The Peerless Prognosticator 13 Sep
Chandler Stephenson “There is no such uncertainty as a sure thing.” -- Robert Burns According to capfriendly.com , the Wash...
by: Adam Zielonka — The Washington Times 13 Sep
After adding some tough players over the summer, the Washington Capitals enter the 2019-20 season facing a tough reality: Several of their best players are 30 or older, two key cogs are in the last ye
by: firstname.lastname@example.org (The Peerless) — The Peerless Prognosticator 12 Sep
Richard Panik “I have always been delighted at the prospect of a new day, a fresh try, one more start, with perhaps a bit of magic wa...
by: John Matisz — The Score 11 Sep
Welcome to theScore's ranking of all 31 NHL teams for the 2019-20 season, sorted by tiers.This is the second installment of the two-part series. Part 1, which addresses the bottom 15 teams, can be found here.Playoff troublemakers (4th tier)These...
by: Ian Oland — Russian Machine Never Breaks 11 Sep
Real hockey is almost back in the district, you guys. The Washington Capitals announced their 2019 Training Camp rosters Wednesday afternoon ahead of Media Day on Thursday. There are no surprises so let's get to it. The Capitals have split...
by: Samantha Pell — Washington Post 11 Sep
Moving past the weight of trying to defend the Stanley Cup, coach will now manage a roster full of offseason additions.
by: AP — USA Today 9 Sep
Columbus Blue Jackets sign restricted free agent defenseman Zach Werenski to a three-year contract worth $15 million.
by: Sportsnet Staff — Sportsnet 9 Sep
Recently retired NHL defenceman Brooks Orpik is remaining with the Washington Capitals organization as a member of its player development department.
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