Category Archives: Hockey

Capitals Release 2019-2020 Schedule

While many folks are focused in on the Capitals Development Camp taking place in Arlington, VA this week, the Capitals did release their 2020 NHL schedule. The team had already announced they’ll open up the season on October 2 against … Continue reading

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Brooks Orpik Retires After 15 Year NHL Career

Brooks Orpik has announced he’s retiring from professional hockey after a successful NHL career with the Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals. The 38 year old defenseman spent 15 seasons in the NHL and skated in 1,035 games on his way … Continue reading

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With 25th Overall Pick, Caps Could Select Forward Egor Afanasayev

With the NHL offseason kicking off last week, hockey fans are turning their eyes to the Rogers Arena in Vancouver where the draft will be held on June 21 and 22. While they just traded away one of their top … Continue reading

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Capitals Trade Matt Niskanen to Philly for Radko Gudas

With the Stanley Cup Finals ending earlier this week with the St. Louis Blues winning the first championship in their franchise’s 51 season history, the NHL offseason has officially begun and the Washington Capitals are already making some moves. In … Continue reading

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Capitals Sign Liam O’Brien to One Year, Two Way Contract

The Washington Capitals’ GM Brian MacLellan announced yesterday the club has re-signed forward Liam O’Brien a one year, two way contract worth $700,000. The 24 year old native of Halifax, Nova Scotia has played for the Hershey Bears for the … Continue reading

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Braden Holtby Participated in Capital Pride Over the Weekend

While the NHL and other organizations have been making an effort to improve their efforts to reach out beyond their traditional base of support, hockey isn’t known as being the most diverse sport out there. This is why it’s important … Continue reading

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Newspaper Runs Ads Congratulating St. Louis Blues

In what can only be described as the modern day hockey version of the Chicago Daily Tribune’s “Dewey Defeats Truman” headline back in 1948, the St. Louis Dispatch ran ads congratulating the St. Louis Blues on their Stanley Cup championship … Continue reading

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