Capitals Recall Djoos, Send Down Lewington

The Washington Capitals have announced that they have recalled defenseman Christian Djoos, and have re-assigned defenseman Tyler Lewington to Hershey of the AHL. https://twitter.com/Capitals/status/1197884186092285953?s=19   The move allows the Capitals to have a more seasoned veteran in Djoos to be the seventh defenseman for the Capitals. The Capitals top six is pretty set, though an … Continue reading Capitals Recall Djoos, Send Down Lewington

Capitals Injury Report and Notes

The Washington Capitals are starting to get banged up as today senior vice president and general manager Briam MacLellan has announced the following moves:   Placed on Injured Reserve Carl Hagelin (LTIR, eligible to be activated on Dec. 2nd) Nic Dowd (IR, eligible to be activated on Nov. 21st)   Re-assigned to Hershey Vitek Vanecek … Continue reading Capitals Injury Report and Notes

Game Recap – 10/14/2019 – Colorado Avalanche v. Washington Capitals

Colorado Avalanche (4-0-0 8pts) v. Washington Capitals (3-1-2 8pts)   Game Recap: Coming home for a three game homestand the Washington Capitals host the Colorado Avalanche, and less than four minutes into the game it would be the Avalanche getting on the board first as Erik Johnson would rip it from the point and have … Continue reading Game Recap – 10/14/2019 – Colorado Avalanche v. Washington Capitals

The Capitals Salary Crunch – A Case to Send Down Copley

With NHL Training Camp in full swing, and the Washington Capitals having played through half of their preseason games to this point, there still is a looming question that the Capitals will need to answer and that involves the $1.3 million in salary they need to shed to get under the Salary Cap. So how … Continue reading The Capitals Salary Crunch – A Case to Send Down Copley