Notes from Wednesday's practice.
Notes from the morning skate.
The possibilities and the pros and cons for the opening night lineup seem endlessly complicated.
By Chelsea Janes
September 23, 2013
A look at how the players on the third and fourth lines fared this season and what the future might hold.
For the first time in three summers there is no question of who the Capitals' head coach will be in the upcoming season, what type of system they might play or how much leeway a bench boss might have. That stability should help them in the offseason.
Tom Wilson didn't play much in his NHL debut but still managed to demonstrate his toughness and skating ability to make a good first impression.
Frantic, diving tries to get in front of a shot are commonplace in the postseason, but it’s not something Capitals Coach Adam Oates encourages -- even on the penalty kill.
Notes from the Capitals' 3-2 win in Montreal including how shaking off an initial one-goal deficit demonstrated their resiliency, Alex Ovechkin, Michal Neuvirth and more.
In a third period filled with Capitals penalties, one was particularly strange.
The Capitals were encouraged to try out cut-resistant socks in Wednesday's practice. There were mixed reviews but many say they'll make the switch.