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Capitals' Draft Class: 2008

Overview: The Caps’ two first-round picks were from San Jose and Philadelphia respectively. While being the son of a former Capital would bring problems of its own, Anton Gustafsson did not stay in North America long enough to distinguish himself from his father, Bengt Gustafsson. 382 more words


Agent: Green and Fehr will 'move on' from the Caps

From CSN Washington:

Defenseman Mike Green and center Eric Fehr will not be returning to the Capitals next season and will test the unrestricted free agent market on July 1, the agent for both players told CSNWashington.com on Thursday. 239 more words

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MacLellan's Trust in Holtby Fueled Strong Season, By Michael Fleetwood

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When Braden Holtby, a fourth-round pick by the Capitals in 2008 (93rd overall), finished a disappointing 2013-14 season with a career-worst 2.85 goals-against average (GAA), .915 save percentage, and a 23-15-4 record, many wondered if his breakout performance in the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs was a one-hit wonder-like thing. 476 more words


Today in fake Capitals news, 94 days edition

Yesterday’s hard-hitting coverage of the father’s meeting drew practically no response, because nobody reads this blog. Nobody except DC’s leviathan of the net, Braden Holtby, who we were told was unable to make it to the meeting because he was “…indisposed in Saskatoon”, when in fact he was enjoying time with his family in Northern Virginia. 719 more words

Capitals GM MacLellan seems optimistic about negotiations with pending RFA Holtby

This is shaping up to be an interesting off-season for the Washington Capitals and general manager Brian MacLellan, with re-signing pending restricted free agent goalie Braden Holtby among the priorities. 139 more words

Ready for Freddy? Fred Brathwaite works toward becoming an NHL goalie coach

Like many other retired National Hockey League players who want to remain part of the game, Fred Brathwaite is patiently paying his dues in hopes of getting back in the league as a coach. 1,359 more words