However brief it was, Tim Gleason enjoyed his time with the Capitals

The Capitals praised Gleason for what he brought over 17 games, but it seems unlikely he will return.

After trade from Calgary, a ‘roller-coaster’ stint for Curtis Glencross

After notching six points in his first seven games, Glencross finished the season scratched while the Capitals got eliminated.

Nicklas Backstrom undergoes arthroscopic hip surgery

"Based on the nature of this procedure we are confident that Nick will be completely healthy prior to the start of the 2015-16 regular season," a statement said.

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