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Arbitration Award: Johansson gets $3.75 Million for One Year

Well, everyone kind of saw this coming.

The NHL arbitrator for Marcus Johansson awarded him a $3.75 Million one-year deal with the Washington Capitals. The deal will return him to restricted free agency again next season, setting up another contract battle next July. 83 more words

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Who Benefits Most From the Williams and Oshie Acquisitions?

After Barry Trotz’s first season as Coach saw a return to the playoffs and a trip to the second round, the Washington Capitals organization wasted no time adding some pieces in the offseason.  479 more words

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Capitals sign Holtby to US$30.5M, 5-year deal

Braden Holtby is developing into one of the NHL’s elite goaltenders. Now he has the contract to match.

The Washington Capitals on Friday signed Holtby to a US$30.5-million, five-year contract. 503 more words

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Breakdown Of Holtby Contract

THE BEAST IS BACK!

About 26 hours after their arbitration meeting the Washington Capitals and Braden Holtby agreed to a 5 year $30.5M for an average of $6.1M per year. 387 more words

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Capitals, Johansson talks 'status quo' as hearing looms

The Capitals were able to come to terms with goaltender Braden Holtby before an arbitrator had to rule on his value, but will Washington be able to pull that off again with its final restricted free agent, Marcus Johansson? 131 more words

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Holtby has much to prove, possibly even to Caps' GM

Even if it could still be a relative bargain for the Washington Capitals, it’s not lost on Braden Holtby that his five-year, $30.5 million contract… 197 more words

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Capitals Give Holtby Validation He Needs with 5-year Extension

WASHINGTON — For Braden Holtby, signing a five-year, $30.5 million extension with the Capitals was as much about validation as it was securing his financial future. 424 more words

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