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Capitals Offseason: 2015 Edition (Updated Live)

FOR THE LATEST ON CAPITALS NEWS BEFORE IT HITS OUR BLOG, FOLLOW US ON TWITTER! @IN2CAPS This post will be updated with all the signings, trades, and news regarding the offseason. Updated Information (newest at top): 7/18/15 – 9:41 AM: Nothing entirely huge or new to report. Through the last two weeks, the Capitals have signed Zach Sill and Chris Brown. 7/6/15 – 7:02 PM: The Washington...

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Kuznetsov Locks Up Two Year Deal in Washington

Annnnnd, he’s back. Kuznetsov is the second line center the Caps have been searching for…for years. He came over to North American at the tail end of the 2013-2014 season, and put in much improvement in the 2014-2015 season. He’s a player that’ll easily put up sixty points for this club. His deal was a two-year, $6 million dollar contract that has him making $2.2...

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Brouwer, Copley, 2016 Third Round Pick to the Blues for TJ Oshie

In a move that shocked many, the Capitals made quite the splash on Thursday. Oshie was the target of a lot of trade talk in recent weeks. Even Brian MacLellan says that they’ve been working on this trade since the week before draft day. It’s a bold move by a usually timid team, but it seems as if the Capitals made out with the better...

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Capitals Sign Veteran, Justin Williams, to a Two-Year Deal

Late at night when the free agent frenzy seemed to die down, the Capitals, unexpectedly, made a pretty solid move. The Caps signed veteran right winger, two-time Stanley Cup, Conn Smythe winner, Justin Williams. Kings fans call him Mr. Game Seven, and rightfully so. He’s 7-0 in his career during game seven’s, putting up tons of points in those games as well. He has the...

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Busy Free Agent Frenzy Lands Green in Detroit

Yep, the player who committed over a decade of service for the Washington Capitals is no longer a Capital. Mike Green signed a three-year, $18 million dollar contract with the Detroit Red Wings. It’s sad to see Greenie go, but there was no way that for the place he had on this team, he was worth $6 million dollars. Especially with the upcoming raises for...

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Beagle Is Back; Signed Three-Year Contract with Capitals

Jay Beagle, is indeed a Washington Capital for three more years. The Caps announced early this afternoon that the center has inked a deal with a $1.75M AAV. The press release from Capitals PR reads this: The Washington Capitals have re-signed center Jay Beagle to a three-year, $5.25 million contract, senior vice president and general manager Brian MacLellan announced today. “We are pleased to re-sign...

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Home ice is still up for grabs, but the Caps’ first-round playoff opponent is set.

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Brouwer Scores Winter Classic Game Winner with 12.9 Seconds Left

Troy Brouwer scored a power-play goal (see video; it’s a great goal) with 12.9 seconds remaining in the third period to lift the Washington Capitals to a 3-2 win against the Chicago Blackhawks in the 2015 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic at Nationals Park. After going up 2-0 in the first period with goals by Eric Fehr and Alex Ovechkin, the Caps found themselves tied 2-2...

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Sun Delay a Possibility for Winter Classic

Playing at their home ballpark , the Washington Nationals have grown accustomed to the blinding light produced by the sun setting behind home plate, once dubbed the “Sun Monster” by Bryce Harper because of how it can swallow fly balls and make routine plays a harrowing proposition. Now, in the thick of winter, as Nationals Park prepares to host the Winter Classic on New Year’s...