Washington Capitals

Perhaps no team in the National Hockey League had as inauspicious a start as the Washington Capitals. In the entire century-plus of NHL history, the 1974-75 Capitals, one of two expansion teams to enter the league that year (after a horrendously unfair expansion draft from an already depleted league), hold the league’s worst-ever single-season points
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Notes on the Maple Leafs, Flames, Jets, Avalanche, Capitals, Canucks and Canadiens James (@Account4hockey): Elliotte Friedman on WGR 550 yesterday. Friedman thinks that the Toronto Maple Leafs had decided already who their next captain would be before the Auston Matthews news was made public – John Tavares. There were some within the organization that wanted
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Jake DeBrusk sees the RFA template via McAvoy and Carlo Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports Boston:  Jake DeBrusk saw what the future may hold for him as far as his next contract (likely next summer). The eventual restricted free agent sees other comparables as well. Brock Boeser and Travis Konecny are the two most looked
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Two Lightning goaltenders heading to waivers if not trade first Erik Erlendsson: The initial plan for the Tampa Bay Lightning is to put goaltenders Louis Domingue and Mike Condon on waivers on September 21st. Another team did call the Lightning yesterday morning about one them, so they could possibly move someone beforehand. Holtby and Ovechkin
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Radko Gudas recently traded orange for red. The defenseman who spent three seasons with the Tampa Bay Lightning and four seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers will now call the Washington Capitals home. What can the franchise – and the fans – expect from the physical, penalty-prone and combative Czechoslovakian? The Capitals acquired defenseman Radko Gudas
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