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It's August and all hockey eyes have turned to lineup construction. Free agency has slowed, as the last handful of unsigned players wonder where they're going to end up, the trade landscape is largely barren and so on.
Gordon Bombay and his motley crew of a hockey team called the Mighty Ducks entertained many children in the 90s.
Larry Courville, left, and the ECHL's Reading Royals are now affiliated with the Philadelphia Flyers.
Nicolas Deschamps has decided to sign a one-year contract with the Finnish league's Oulu Karpat, per the league's website .
Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender James Reimer celebrates after saving a shot from Washington Capitals' Troy Brouwer to win during shootout NHL action in Toronto on Saturday November 23, 2013.
Well Caps, fans it's happened again. We are sad to announce that the Joel Ward bobblehead that you were promised to receive this weekend will be delayed, just as the Nicklas Backstrom bobble was last drive.
Player agents have many tasks. Deciding which teams their clients should consider based on whether the GM is nice shouldn't be one of them.
Nathan Walker, the first Australian selected in the NHL draft and a mini-celebrity back home, has signed a three-year, entry-level deal with the Washington Capitals, the team announced Friday.
Dustin Penner was a fan favorite during his time with the Los Angeles Kings as despite his regular season struggles he was a clutch playoff performer.
For all that went wrong for the Washington Capitals last season, the power play was once again a source of strength.
As of now, the Washington Capitals have a total of seven players signed for at least the next three seasons, according to CapGeek.com .
Late in 2013-14, Washington Capitals fans were given a glimpse of one of their team's brightest prospects, as Evgeny Kuznetsov made his long-awaited NHL debut after many fruitful seasons in the KHL.
SFU men's hockey will play two exhibtion games against NCAA Div. I universities in Ohio in October Photograph By Burnaby NOW file photo The Simon Fraser University men's hockey team will travel to the eastern United States for a pair of exhibition games against NCAA Division I opponents again this season.
Mar 12, 2013; Washington, DC, USA; Washington Capitals goalie Braden Holtby prepares to make a save against Carolina Hurricanes right wing Chad LaRose in the second period at Verizon Center.
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