Wilson is currently being evaluated in Toronto, where the extent of the ankle injury will be determined
“We all want to win,” Matt Niskanen said. “Teams make changes and you have to find a new place of work."
Surviving his fourth coaching change by the Capitals, Forsythe said he's "really excited" for the Barry Trotz regime.
Getting the opportunity to play and the personal touch of the Capitals' staff sold goalie Justin Peters on coming to Washington.
In his first free agency atop the front office, General Manager Brian MacLellan simplified Washington's strategy: to shore up the defense, add leadership and improve five-on-five play.
The Caps added a second free agent defenseman Tuesday afternoon.
The 23-year-old forward flipped between Washington and Hershey last season,
U.S. Olympian, 33, agrees to a five-year, $27.5-million deal.
Former Hurricanes goalie will be backup to Braden Holtby.
Regular updates from Kettler Capitals Iceplex as NHL free agency opens.