The rookie general manager talks trades and pending free agency.
At the end of his first regular season atop the front office, Washington's general manager reflects.
The GM talks top-line right wingers, developing young forwards and assorted minor-leaguers.
In his first trade deadline as GM, MacLellan made two depth-bolstering deals, but none in the final day before the 3 p.m. cutoff hit.
“You need two to dance and we’re going to the dance and there’s 30 guys and there’s only about eight girls at the dance,” Trotz said.
Washington's general manager joined Al Koken on ESPN980 to discuss his team's current makeup and trade situation increasingly muddled by up-and-down results.
The young defenseman's recovery from wrist surgery has been shrouded in mystery and marked by plateaus, but the Capitals' general manager said a final decision should come within the next several weeks.
The Capitals' head coach and general manager say they are in accord entering the All-Star break.
Some miscellaneous topics from the general manager's chat, more suited for a smorgasbord of random notes.
With the trade deadline coming roughly a month and a half from now, the Capitals' general manager spoke with reporters about his views on the team's current needs.