Brooks Laich moves into top six, Marcus Johansson is on the third line
Can the Capitals find chemistry in the top six with Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom separated?
Oates shares some insight into how he's selected the starting goaltender this week.
Notes from the Capitals' morning skate.
The Capitals have new forward lines in Wednesday's practice.
If the coaches have changed and the systems have changed but the results haven't improved, what is left to tinker with?
It may be time to revisit the Brooks Laich and Troy Brouwer pairing on the second line.
The defenseman didn't take part in Wednesday's practice.
Coach Adam Oates hasn't hesitated to sit veterans for what he believes is an increasingly reliable, though inexperienced, combination.
Adam Oates shuffled his lines in a big way for practice Monday in anticipation of Alex Ovechkin's return, but the changes may not stick.