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Caps and Their Defense Gap

Now that we know Nate Schmidt won’t be on the Caps roster next season, we are left wondering what the defense might look like. Additionally, we can assume with a high degree of confidence, that Karl Alzner won’t be back either.We have read that he is exploring his options as well. 1,151 more words

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Kenny Reardon

Kenny Reardon was one of the most feared players in the late 1940s. Beginning his career at the young age of 19 in 1940, Reardon was not the kind of defenseman to wow you with great offensive skills like those of… 448 more words


Bill Quackenbush

Bill Quackenbush was a unique defenseman in a unique time period. Quackenbush’s best years were in the era when defensemen were expected to play defense and not much else. 801 more words


Washington Capitals: Sticking with Orpik?

Based on general manager Brian MacLellan’s comments last week, it would appear that the Capitals are sticking with Brooks Orpik. The GM said that there would be no buyouts, which implies that Oprik, with two more years on his contract, will remain on the roster. 492 more words

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Canucks Throughout History - Barry Wilkins

Barry Wilkins was originally a draft pick of the Boston Bruins in the mid 1960s, but due to their strong roster, he could never break through on their team. 295 more words


Grubauer Proves in Worlds He is Ready to be Number One

We love Philipp Grubauer. He has really proven himself this past season. Coach Trotz gave him plenty of opportunities to shine and shine he did. Lets look back at the his performance this season and at Worlds where he was beyond incredible.   535 more words

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Brent "Chewbacca" Burns

The San Jose Sharks acquired Brent Burns in a trade with the Minnesota Wild. He instantly became a fan favorite. Burns is eccentric on and off the ice. 230 more words

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