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Capitals Have History on Their Side With 17th Pick - The Hockey Writers Washington Capitals Latest News, Analysis & More
The Washington Capitals are currently selecting with the 17th overall pick in the 2024 NHL Entry Draft. The 17th selection in general has produced some well-known names throughout the NHL. In both instances, it is a bit of a mixed bag of results between solid NHL talents and players who did not play much in the league or did not make it at all. One of the most famous examples happened in the 1969 NHL Draft, when the Philadelphia Flyers selected two-time Stanley Cup champion and Hockey Hall of Fame member Bobby Clarke.
Posted: 06/15/2024

Patrik Laine Should Be on the Capitals' Trade Radar - The Hockey Writers Washington Capitals Latest News, Analysis & More
After being swept by the New York Rangers in the first round of the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Washington Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan is looking to try and improve his team so they can have a stronger roster for the 2024-25 season. One potential trade idea that he could consider is bringing in Columbus Blue Jackets forward Patrik Laine. Laine and Columbus are currently working on shipping the 26-year-old to his next team according to TSN's Pierre LeBrun during a segment of Insider Trading, and it is something that MacLellan might think about.
Posted: 06/14/2024

Washington Capitals 2024 Draft Target: Cole Eiserman - The Hockey Writers Washington Capitals Latest News, Analysis & More
One prospect available in the upcoming 2024 NHL Entry Draft, who has caught the eye of many in the hockey world, is forward Cole Eiserman of the USA Hockey National Team Development Program (or USNTDP) in the United States Hockey League (USHL). There is a chance he is gone before the Washington Capitals select at 17th overall, but if somehow general manager Brian MacLellan manages to get Eiserman, they are getting a player with a bright future who could make a significant impact on the organization. Eiserman was born on August 29, 2006, in Newburyport, Massachusetts.
Posted: 06/13/2024

Capitals GM breaks silence on CapFriendly acquisition
The Washington Capitals have officially reached a deal to purchase CapFriendly, an excellent public resource that has been serving NHL fans for nearly a decade. “This strategic move will provide the Capitals organization with the ability to digest, present and analyze both our internal and league-supplied data,” Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan confirmed in a statement on Wednesday. The GM added: “We anticipate that this acquisition will significantly enhance and integrate the various branches of our hockey operations department, allowing us to strengthen our management, scouting, analytics and player development, in addition to augmenting our salary cap and contractual applications.”
Posted: 06/13/2024

Reviewing David Poile's Tenure as Capitals General Manager - The Hockey Writers Washington Capitals Latest News, Analysis & More
General manager (GM) David Poile followed in his father's footsteps. Bud Poile is known in the hockey world for his time playing for five of the Original Six NHL teams (he did not play for the Montreal Canadiens), as well as being a head coach and general manager. Bud Poile helped many teams start from scratch when the league was expanding.
Posted: 06/11/2024

Here To Ruin Hockey
As a Penguins fan, I have been conditioned to loathe everything about the Washington Capitals over the many years they've shared a division and rivalry. From their insistence in clinging to the precious hope that Alexander Ovechkin overtakes Wayne Gretzky on the all-time goal-scoring list to their 2018 Stanley Cup victory, watching them play hockey lands somewhere between being eaten alive by sharks and falling into a woodchipper. Needless to say, today's news only makes their existence more intolerable and I hope that the Capitals become cursed for eternity. If I'm being completely transparent, the entire paragraph above has moments of truth, but is mostly a satirical look at my fan status when it comes to the Capitals.
Posted: 06/09/2024

Capitals Draft History: Selecting Robert Picard - The Hockey Writers Capitals History Latest News, Analysis & More
The Washington Capitals have held the third overall pick in the NHL Entry Draft only once in their franchise's history. After center Dale McCourt went first overall to the Detroit Red Wings and defender Barry Beck was chosen by the Colorado Rockies, the Caps chose defenseman Robert Picard. Picard had previously played for the Montreal Juniors in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL).
Posted: 06/08/2024

Washington Capitals 2024 Draft Target: Beckett Sennecke - The Hockey Writers Washington Capitals Latest News, Analysis & More
A couple of the forward possibilities for the Washington Capitals in the 2024 NHL Entry Draft are Berkly Catton of the Spokane Chiefs in the Western Hockey League and Michael Hage of the Chicago Steel in the United States Hockey League. Another potential forward that could be available when the Caps pick 17th overall is Beckett Sennecke, who plays for the Oshawa Generals in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL).
Posted: 06/08/2024

2 moves Capitals must make in 2024 NHL offseason
The Washington Capitals made the Stanley Cup Playoffs, but it certainly wasn't easy. Washington struggled to score goals all season long. In fact, the Capitals are the only team in this year's playoffs to have been swept in four games. The Capitals hoped to make some noise this year.
Posted: 06/08/2024

Deseret News archives: Can Utah’s new hockey team replicate the Golden Knights’ first season?
Time will tell, but Las Vegas team came close to winning it all in its inaugural season.
Posted: 06/07/2024

Forgotten Washington Capitals: Phil Housley - The Hockey Writers Capitals History Latest News, Analysis & More
When it comes to statistically the best defensemen in NHL history in points, the first name is Ray Bourque, who played for the Boston Bruins and Colorado Avalanche. Following Bourque is Paul Coffey with 1,531 points, and in third place, is Al MacInnis with 1,274 points. Then, fourth on the list is Phil Housley, who accrued 1,232 points in a span of 1,495 games.
Posted: 06/07/2024

Washington Capitals voice John Walton in attendance as Hershey Bears continue playoff run
The Hershey Bears are now two wins away from a Calder Cup Finals berth. Here's how they beat the Cleveland Monsters on Saturday.
Posted: 06/02/2024


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GAME STATS
GP W L OT
HOME 43 22 14 7
AWAY 43 18 21 4
TOTAL 86 40 35 11

JUNE STATS
GP W L OT
HOME
AWAY
TOTAL 0 0 0 0

METROPOLITAN DIVISION
Team GP W L OT PTS GF GA
NYR 82 55 23 4 114 282 229
CAR 82 52 23 7 111 279 216
NYI 82 39 27 16 94 246 263
WSH 82 40 31 11 91 220 257
PHI 82 38 33 11 87 235 261
PIT 82 37 33 12 86 245 251
NJD 82 38 39 5 81 264 283
CBJ 82 27 43 12 66 237 300

EASTERN CONFERENCE
Team GP W L OT GD PTS
1. NYR 82 55 23 4 53 114
2. CAR 82 52 23 7 63 111
3. FLA 82 52 24 6 68 110
4. BOS 82 47 20 15 43 109
5. TOR 82 46 26 10 40 102
6. NYI 82 39 27 16 -17 94
7. TBL* 82 45 29 8 23 98
8. DET* 82 41 32 9 4 91
9. WSH 82 40 31 11 -37 91
10. PHI 82 38 33 11 -26 87
11. PIT 82 37 33 12 -6 86
12. BUF 82 38 37 7 -2 83
13. NJD 82 38 39 5 -19 81
14. OTT 82 37 41 4 -26 78
15. MTL 82 30 36 16 -53 76
16. CBJ 82 27 43 12 -63 66
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