As you might expect, working out a contract for AlexOvechkin is not an easy task.Four years after agreeing to a 13-year, 124 millioncontract with the Capitals, Ovechkin is trying to hammer out a on
Michal Neuvirth is the first Capital to take the plunge overseas. But you can bet he wont be the last.
The mass exodus of locked-out NHL players continued on Monday when 11 more players, including San Jose Sharks center Joe Thornton and Rangers winger Rick Nash signed contracts with European leagues
Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin has returned home to Moscow and says he is prepared to play in Russias KontinentalHockey League.Goaltender Michal Neuvirth tweeted this photo on Friday,with the messa