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  • Spaced out over the next few weeks, 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, forward Brooks Laich. The era under his new head coach began with forward […]... read more...
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  • Five weeks and one day from the start of free agency, the Washington Capitals have plenty pressing contractual matters on the docket for June, chief among them the statuses of four restricted free agents. Speaking recently, General Manager Brian MacLellan categorized re-signing Braden Holtby, Evgeny Kuznetsov, Marcus Johansson and Nate Schmidt as top priorities. “I [R... 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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  • 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 few weeks, 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, forward Jason Chimera. Twice during Capitals Coach Barry Trotz’s last interview with […]... 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 few days, we will finish up our 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. Nearing the end, here’s defenseman Tim Gleason. Defenseman Tim Gleason understood the […]... read more...
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  • Spaced out over the next few days, we will finish up our 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. Nearing the end, here’s forward Curtis Glencross. Last to greet reporters […]... 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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  • 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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  • The Dallas Stars have a total of 18 players on their NHL and AHL rosters that will become some sort of free agent this coming offseason. With the overstocking of forwards and need for veteran defensemen, it will be interesting to see who Dallas Stars general manager Jim Nill re-signs and who he lets go […] ... 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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