Category Archives: Caps

Meet Capsbot

Capsbot is an automated message reply system used by the Capitals Facebook page. You can read more into how Capsbot came about here. Some functions include trivia, FAQ, and buy tickets. Seeing that I have been a Caps fan since … Continue reading

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Orlov Ends Holdout, Finally Signs for One Year

The Washington Capitals and defenseman Dmitry Orlov have been “in negotiations” on a new contract since the end of the season. Some three months later, the parties have announced a new contract: one year, one-way, $2.57 million, a $0.57 million … Continue reading

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Defending The Filip Forsberg Trade

The worst trade in Capitals history. GMGM’s final act. The Martin Erat Bungalo. This is how we got Michael Latta. And “Caps Roomies,” with the ensuing ketchup jokes. No matter what name you give it, the Martin Erat and Michael … Continue reading

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Marcus Johansson Signs Deal

Marcus Johansson has signed a three year $13.75 million dollar deal at $4.583 million per year. This leaves $3.45 million in cap space to sign anyone else. Most of which is expected to go to restricted free agent Dmitry Orlov. … Continue reading

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How Far Apart Are They Really?

With two days separating the Washington Capitals and Marcus Johansson from arbitration for the second straight years, the amounts each team is willing to give have come out. Marcus Johansson:Club arb offer: $3.85M. Player ask: $5.25M — Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) … Continue reading

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Lucas Johansen Not At Day 1 of Caps Development Camp

As the future of the Washington Capitals took the ice this morning at Kettler, there was a player not there. That player was the 28th overall pick in this years draft Lucas Johansen. Johansen is “under the weather” today. Hopefully … Continue reading

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Chase Priskie and Dmitry Zaitsev round out Caps 2016 Draft Picks

In the final two rounds of the 2016 NHL Draft, the Washington Capitals selected Chase Priskie and Dmitry Zaitsev to round out their selections. Priskie finished his freshman year at Quinnipiac, the ECAC Champions and NCAA runner-ups, with four goals … Continue reading

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