Category Archives: Washington Capitals
McKenzie: Caps’ Green could be trade deadline rental
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Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post writes … No extension talks for defenseman Mike Green, but confidence from Capitals brass.
Chuck Gormley of Capitals Insider writes … Would LW Dan Carcillo be a fit for the Capitals?
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Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post writes … Capitals have expressed interest in free agent Paul Bissonnette
Ansar Khan of Michigan Live writes … Mike Green appears best fit for Red Wings, who need a right-handed shooting defenseman
Alex Prewitt of The Washington Post Writes … The possibility remains that Green could be a solid deadline trade chip
Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post writes …. Five possible trade chips for the Capitals
Brian McNally of the The Washington Times reports that Mike Green may be reaching a ‘game over’ situation.
Ovechkin indicates that it is not the coaching, You have to put it on players. It doesn’t matter what system you’re going to play.
Many players could be shuffling out of Buffalo, including defensemen Christian Ehrhoff and Tyler Myers and forwards Chris Stewart and Drew Stafford.
Capitals GM George McPhee is in the last year of his contract, so this season’s outcome could decide his future in Washington. Jaroslav Halak did his part by winning his first game since arriving from Buffalo in a trade.
Dustin Penner has been traded from the Anaheim Ducks to the Washington Capitals.
The 31-year-old forward has 13 goals and 19 assists in 49 games for the Ducks this season.
Capitals GM George McPhee could be extremely busy over the next 10 days, and he’s believed to be looking to make several moves by the March 5 trade deadline.
The Capitals have been linked to Buffalo Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller, who is expected to be traded by the deadline.
It feels like it’s time to break up the nucleus, to shake up a roster with just three players not under contract for next season. It can only happen through a substantial trade, and that is why it is time for Mike Green to go.