Month: June 2017

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Six More Years of Dima

By Brittney Marcum As you all have probably heard, Dmitry Orlov signed a shiny new deal with the Caps today, extending his tenure in Washington by six years. We here at FiCP couldn’t be happier but rumblings around the Kettler Capital’s rink today were a mixed bag of emotions. Some people, like us, were extremely […]

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Capitals Dev Camp Scrimmage Saturday

Saturday morning at 10 am, the Washington Capitals will host the only intra-squad scrimmage of development camp. The 33 players in attendance will split into two or three teams, with the four goalies taking turns in the net. The scrimmage will be on the Capitals Ice so there is plenty of seating in the bleachers […]

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Capitals Development Camp: Day Four Fun and Drills

The prospects have been at it for four days now – running drills and learning all they can at Kettler. They have spent some quality time together on and off the ice. Today you could really tell that they have become friends and despite the grueling pace, they are having fun too. Much of our […]

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Capitals and Fans on Social Media Thursday: 29 June

Welcome to the Thursday Tweet and Social Media summary. Free Agency is just around the corner and we are all guessing about who gets signed and where others might find new homes. I ranked the top 50 NHL free agents by projected future production. The order is right so don't bother arguing. https://t.co/l8Ffh7hHuA pic.twitter.com/56pwcGHsIo — […]

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Capitals Franchise: Some Signings and Some Waiting

BREAKING: Capitals Sign Chandler Stephenson In the past couple of days the Washington Capitals (and Hershey Bears) have re-signed a few of their players. Meanwhile, we know that  the Caps tendered qualifying offers to restricted free agents Phillip Grubauer, Andre Burakovsky, Evgeny Kuznetsov, and Dmitry Orlov. We are waiting and waiting to hear that these fellows […]

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Capitals and Fans On Social Media Wednesday 28 June

Tuesday was a full day and we missed our wrap up. We’ve included some items from Tuesday and Wednesday for your viewing pleasure.  The contract watch continues as does the swirl of rumors! And some confirmed signings for too: Copley locked down: NEWS: The #Caps have re-signed goaltender @PheonixCopley to a two-year, $1.3 million contract. […]

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Capitals Development Camp: Day Two Friends and Family

The Washington Capitals held day two of development camp on Wednesday, starting with on-ice testing of forwards and defensemen on the Arlington Rink with Coach Dwayne Blais.  Meanwhile, the goalies worked out with coach Mitch Korn on the Caps ice. The prospects began the morning, slowing entering onto the ice and teaming up for their […]

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Oldies but Goodies Back for Capitals Alumni Game

Last night the Capitals gave us the experience of virtual time traveling by putting Capitals alumni on the ice to face off against one another. It was a very cool experience. The teams wore Red jerseys vs White jerseys for the match up. A few notable alums on the Red team were Capital’s legend Peter Bondra, […]

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Caps Development Camp: Day One Morning Session

OH GREAT DAY!! Professional hockey is back at Kettler Ice Plex!! This morning prospects arrived at Kettler for an early skate to demonstrate their talent and learn something from the best coaches around the NHL. Coaches and drills – that’s the focus! Defensemen began on the Arlington/Public side. We had a chance to see the […]

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Caps and Fans on Social Media Monday – 26 June

It’s Monday in Hockey Town and there is a lot going on for the Washington Capitals. The 5 pm deadline for teams to extend qualifying offers to their restricted free agents has now passed. What do we know so far? Per Isabelle and Tarik: Capitals did not qualify Brett Connolly. Qualified Kuznetsov, Orlov, Burakovsky, Grubauer, […]

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