Capitals defensemen Matt Niskanen and John Carlson have been around hockey long enough to know that when July 1 rolled around, a handful of teammates would move on to other teams and be replaced.
For a hockey player, the summer can bring a lot of changes. The locker room often looks very different for returning players as some players leave to be replaced by new faces.
With players starting to trickle into Kettler Capitals Iceplex from all corners of the world, we’re spending this week looking at the Capitals’ depth chart at each position and what we can expect
The Washington Capitals, Washington Wizards and Washington Mystics will begin utilizing virtual reality technology for player development and to enhance the in-arena experience for fans thanks to
Barring some late summer moves, the Capitals' roster for next season is set. That means it's time for everyone's offseason activity: projecting the lineup.