Month: June 2019

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Caps Development Camp

Capitals Development Camp Review 2019

Development Camp is a great time to get an early look at who might be on the Capitals roster in the years ahead. We have been watching the process unfold for a few years now and it is exciting to see a young draft finally make the jump to the Hershey Bears or the Washington […]

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Capitals Team Store: Reading Between the Lines

Summer means sales and the Capitals Team Store always has great sales of merchandise  which start the week of  development camp. Wondering through the store, the merchandise has a way of telling the story of the season before and the season ahead. When a player’s shirt goes on the sale rack it’s a pretty good […]

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Breaking News

Bye Bye Burky…

We all know and love the smile on this Swede, and it will be missed by so many in DC but we must admit we are not surprised by this news. This afternoon the Capitals announced that in exchange for picks in the 2020 Entry Draft Andre Burakovsky is heading to Colorado. So while we […]

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Caps Development Camp

Capitals Dev Camp: All About the Goaltenders

Every summer the Capitals host development camp in Arlington, Virginia. And every summer we get to look at a new crop of goaltenders that are learning from some of the best coaches in the NHL and AHL. This summer is no different.

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Hockey is Coming! Capitals Schedule Out.

The NHL already announced the Capitals first two opening games: 2 October in St. Louis and 5 October against the Hurricanes at home. The last home game (and Jeresy’s Off Their Backs Night) is 2 April against the Minnesota Wild. The final game of the regular season is 4 April in Sunrise, Florida. Don’t forget there […]

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Caps News 2019

Brooks Orpik Ends NHL and Capital’s Career

The Washington Capitals announced Tuesday morning that defenseman Brooks Orpik has hung up his NHL skates. According to the press releases, Orpik has this to say: “I’ve been extremely lucky to have the best job in the world for many years, but my body is telling me it is time to move on to something […]

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Caps News 2019

Capitals Pass the Stanley Cup to Blues in Season Opener

The Washington Capitals will play their first game of the season on 2 October at Enterprise Center in St. Louis. The 2018 Stanley Cup Champions will effectively transfer the Cup to the Blues as St. Louis hoists the banner and Cup for the first time in their house. It will be a bittersweet moment for […]

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Celebrating the Capitals and the Stanley Cup Never Ends

Just when you thought it was all about the St. Louis Blues, because they have the Caps Cup, DC Sports reminds us all what a big deal winning is to the area. The DC Sports Hall of Fame has created a whole new category for the team that united the DMV in 2018: “The 2017-18 […]

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Caps News 2019

Mark Your Calendar For Capitals PreSeason

The Capitals announced their preseason schedule for the 2019/20 season. This is when management takes one final look at players as they set the roster. Typically players from the Hershey Bears are on the ice with a mix of new and mature Caps players. If you are not a season ticket holder (STH) or if […]

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Caps News 2019

Carl Hagelin is Extremely Happy to Sign with Caps and Ready to Win A Cup

The day after signing a four-year, $11 million contract with the Washington Capitals, Carl Hagelin told reporters via a conference call that he is “Extremely happy to have signed a deal…and am looking forward to the upcoming season.” Hagelin originally came to the Caps as part of a deal with the LA Kings for a […]

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