Washington Capitals

From the eighth seed in the Western Conference to the Stanley Cup Final, the Nashville Predators provided hockey fans with a wild ride through the 2017 NHL Playoffs. At the center of that playoff run was Filip Forsberg. Forsberg is just one of general manager David Poile’s many great acquisitions over the years. Since arriving
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Available coaches and potential coaching vacancies Dan Rosen of NHL.com: (mailbag) Available coaches include Peter Laviolette, Bruce Boudreau, Gerard Gallant, Guy Boucher and Mike Babcock. The New Jersey Devils have interviewed Gallant already. The Devils, Minnesota Wild, Calgary Flames, Dallas Stars and San Jose Sharks currently have interim coaches. Coaches that could be let go
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A lot has changed within the Washington Capitals organization in the two seasons following their 2018 Stanley Cup championship run. To begin, head coach Barry Trotz and his coaching staff made the transition from the nation’s capital to Long Island two weeks after their Stanley Cup victory. Most notably, a significant number of players who
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Before the 2019-20 NHL season was paused, Washington Capitals’ forward Alexander Ovechkin was scoring goals and reaching new milestones at a remarkable pace. On Feb. 22, 2020 he became the eighth member of the NHL’s 700-goal club, and continued that rampant pace right up to the season suspension. He now sits eighth on the all-time
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With just four weeks remaining in the NHL’s regular season, the Washington Capitals continue to hold on to the top spot in the Metropolitan Division. A massive 5-2 victory against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday improved the Caps record to 41-20-7 on the season. Their 89 points have them even with the red-hot Philadelphia Flyers
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