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What If the Washington Redskins Ran the Washington Capitals?

One Washington, D.C. sports franchise stands above all others for mismanagement.

Saturday Caps Clip: Happy Liam O’Brien Day

Daily Washington Capitals news and note: Liam O'Brien is back in the fold. This is not a drill.

Washington Capitals Top 4 Prospects 2017

The Washington Capitals will have to rely on their top prospects to fill the holes next season as they go through the throes of a salary cap crunch.

Wayne Simpson signed by Capitals to two-way contract

The Washington Capitals signed right winger Wayne Simpson Tuesday to a one-year, two-way contract, the team announced.

Former Caps Radio Guy Ron Weber Inducted into Washington Sports Hall of Fame

Former Capitals' radio announcer Ron Weber was inducted into the Washington Sports Hall of Fame.

Capitals’ Goalie Prospects Sing Mitch Korn’s Praises

Though Mitch Korn will not be the Washington Capitals goaltending coach next season, the Capitals goalie prospects spoke highly of him at development camp.

With Grubauer Deal, Caps Likely Have Other Plans

The Capitals re-signed the backup goaltender to a new contract, but is he in the team's long term plans?

Capitals, Philipp Grubauer agree to one-year contract

Goaltender Philipp Grubauer will continue to be Braden Holtby's backup, re-signing with the Washington Capitals on Thursday.

Capitals Re-Sign Philipp Grubauer

The Caps solidify their netminding depth

Caps Branches: Al Iafrate for Joe Juneau

Relive the Al Iafrate and Joe Juneau trade, which propelled the Caps into the Stanley Cup Finals.

Capitals Prospect Shane Gersich Taking NCAA Route

Washington Capitals prospect Shane Gersich is coming off a breakout season and an outstanding development camp. He looks to take the NCAA route to the NHL.

Capitals will rely on youth to fill defensive holes

Nate Schmidt, Karl Alzner and Kevin Shattenkrik are all on different teams for next season after making significant contributions to the Capitals' defense. How will the Caps fill those holes?

NHL free agents follow NBA path in picking teams

The NHL is becoming more like the NBA with top players forgoing longer, big-money contracts to pick their preferred destination, a trend that has added a new wrinkle to free agency.

Capitals Re-Sign Andre Burakovsky

The team locks up an emerging star... for now

Andre Burakovsky, Capitals agree to two-year deal

The Capitals re-signed restricted free agent Andre Burakovsky to a two-year, $6 million contract, the team announced Tuesday.