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Hagelin Signs with Caps for Four Years

It’s official! The Capitals announced Sunday they signed Carl Hagelin to a “four-year, $11 million contract extension, with an average annual value of $2.75 million.” Hagelin made his was to the Caps via the LA Kings and was a former Pittsburgh Penguin who was a thorn in the side the the Caps in the 2016 […]

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Hagelin From LA to DC

It’s official- the LA Kings have sent forward Carl Hagelin from the Los Angeles to the Capitals for a third round pick in the 2019 NHL Draft and a conditional sixth round pick in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft, according to senior vice president and general manager Brian MacLellan.   Rumors began floating Wednesday night […]

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Caps Hang On to Defeat Kings 3-2

After a complete dud Sunday night in Anaheim, the Washington Capitals bounced back in Los Angeles Monday night at Staples Center with a 3-2 win over the Kings. Thanks in part to two Alex Ovechkin office goals as well as a deflection from Brett Connolly, the Caps defended and held off a late rally from […]

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The Pregame: A Rematch in Hollywood

The Washington Capitals continue their season-long six-game road trip with the second half of the stretch Monday night at Staples Center where they’ll take on the Los Angles Kings. These teams actually met one week ago at Capital One Arena with the Caps coming on top 6-4. Since the win, which ironically capped off a […]

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Wayne Gretzky: Was he Really THAT good?

Brittney Marcum and Michael Marzzacco We know the title to this article might throw you off a bit but let’s look at the numbers and let them speak for themselves. First up is the number of trophies won during his playing career: four Stanley Cups, five Lady Byng Memorial Trophies (sportsmanship), nine Hart Trophies (MVP), […]

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Latta Off to KHL

Former Capitals player Michael Latta announced via twitter that he will be playing for the Kunlun Red Stars in the KHL this season. Latts was released by the Capitals in 2016 and signed with the LA Kings. He was ultimately sent down to their AHL affiliate and has played the last several seasons in the […]

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LA Kings are Ready for the Capitals

The Washington Capitals had their pucks handed back to them Monday night in Anaheim. Goalie John Gibson walked away with a shutout while Braden Holtby was pulled after the first period and Philipp Grubauer stepped in, but to no avail. The Caps fell 4-0 to the Ducks. Watch some of the best @JohnGibson35 saves – […]

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Update: Brooks Laich Signs One-Year with LA Kings

One of Washington Capitals favorite former players is getting a chance to play in the NHL again, according to reports from the LA Kings. Now with Jeff Carter out for a long while with a lower-body injury; the door is open for someone to step in. Laich has been practicing with the Kings, albeit without […]

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Brooks Laich Might Skate for LA Kings Yet

Washington Capitals favorite tire changer might get a chance to play in the NHL again, according to reports around the organization. Brooks, who the Caps sent off to Toronto after the 2015/16 season is not officially part of the roster. This summer, following his marriage to Julianne Hough, he was given a player tryout (PTO) […]

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