1. Carolina Hurricanes: Where Will Elias Lindholm Fit in 2013-14 Depth Chart?

    When the Carolina Hurricanes selected Elias Lindholm fifth overall in June's NHL entry draft, they knew they had chosen a player who would make an immediate impact...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 8 months ago 3,212 reads 22 comments

  2. Ranking the 5 Most Unbelievable Moments in Tampa Bay Lightning History

    Founded as part of the NHL ’s 1992-93 expansion, the Tampa Bay Lightning have had no shortage of unbelievable moments...

    Eric Steitz Written by Eric Steitz about 8 months ago 1,128 reads 2 comments

  3. The Most Incredible Stat from Each Washington Capitals' Star's Career

    The Washington Capitals might not be the most star-studded team in the NHL , but there is more to the Caps than just Alexander Ovechkin ...

    Dave Ungar Written by Dave Ungar about 8 months ago 1,729 reads 7 comments

  4. Winnipeg Jets: Is Ondrej Pavelec the Franchise Goalie of the Jets?

    When you look at the Winnipeg Jets roster, you see a lot of young, core players that are expected to carry the Jets into the playoffs...

    Anthony  Capocci Written by Anthony Capocci about 9 months ago 2,547 reads 7 comments

  5. Frustrated LaRose Skipped Exit Interview to Avoid 'Blowing Up'

    On Sunday, we wrote about the curious case of Chad LaRose, the longtime Carolina Hurricanes forward who reportedly didn't show up for his end-of-the-season exit interview and whose future in the NHL appeared a bit up in the air...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 9 months ago 153 reads 0 comments

  6. Caps Counting on Young Defensemen

    The Capitals have a trio of promising young defensemen in their minor-league system in Dmitry Orlov, Cameron Schilling and Tomas Kundratek. At least one of them should be on the opening night roster on Oct...

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 9 months ago 154 reads 0 comments

  7. Caps' Prospects Impress at World Juniors

    The Capitals have seen top prospects use the prestigious World Juniors tournament as a quick launching pad to NHL success before.....

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 9 months ago 214 reads 0 comments

  8. Does It Pay for Caps to Spend Money on Goalies?

    Look around the NHL and goalies are a problem. No, not always on the ice, but on the books. A big contract at such a volatile position can cause massive headaches for executives....

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 9 months ago 114 reads 0 comments

  9. Jonathan Huberdeau Back on the Ice After Hip Surgery

    Calder Trophy winner Jonathan Huberdeau of the Florida Panthers has a simple, short-term goal: Be ready when training camp begins. The 20-year-old center took the ice Monday for the first time since undergoing hip surgery on May 14...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 9 months ago 469 reads 1 comments

  10. Ranking the 5 Most Beloved Figures in Washington Capitals History

    Like many other teams around the National Hockey League, the Washington Capitals have had a number of players establish themselves as fan favorites, through both their performances on the ice and their actions off of it...

    Ryan Davenport Written by Ryan Davenport about 9 months ago 3,095 reads 1 comments

  11. Capitals Single-Game Tickets Go On Sale Friday

    Washington Capitals single-game tickets for the 2013-14 season go on sale Friday, Aug. 9, at 10 a.m. at 202-397-SEAT, on WashingtonCaps.com, at Kettler Capitals Iceplex and at all local Ticketmaster outlets, including the Verizon Center box office...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 9 months ago 191 reads 0 comments

  12. Where Did All of Mike Green's Even-Strength Assists Go?

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 9 months ago 63 reads 0 comments

  13. Caps' Prospect Burakovsky Could Leave Sweden, Join OHL

    The Capitals want 2013 first-round pick Andre Burakovsky to play in North America, but he's yet to make up his mind about potentially leaving Sweden.....

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 9 months ago 120 reads 0 comments

  14. Panthers Sign Pinizzotto to One-Year, Two-Way Deal

    The Panthers have added another center to battle for their fourth line job. The team announced the signing of former Canucks forward Steve Pinizzotto to a one-year, two-way contract...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 9 months ago 22 reads 0 comments

  15. Is Jacob Markstrom Florida's Goalie Savior?

    For the past two summers, rumors swirled around the Florida Panthers concerning their interest in Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo. For the past two summers, the Panthers never made a move...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 9 months ago 19 reads 0 comments

  16. Burmistrov Blames Noel and Jokinen for Winnipeg Struggles

    Alex Burmistrov is headed to the KHL next season but he's not leaving without sounding off about what went wrong in his time with the Winnipeg Jets ...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 9 months ago 143 reads 0 comments

  17. Caps' Chimera, Perreault Approach Pivotal Seasons

    Washington Capitals forwards Jason Chimera and Mathieu Perreault are very different players, but the 2013-14 season poses similar pressure, as each player enters a contract year...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 9 months ago 383 reads 0 comments

  18. Tampa Bay Has Big Questions in Goal

    Anders Lindback and Ben Bishop make up Tampa Bay 's goalie tandem and while they make for the league's tallest duo, their play last season didn't make them feared...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 9 months ago 95 reads 0 comments

  19. Lightning's Drouin Misses Canada's Junior Camp with Sore Foot

    Lightning fans may have gulped a bit at the news of 2013 first-round pick Jonathan Drouin missing out on Team Canada's World Junior camp with a sore foot...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 9 months ago 60 reads 0 comments

  20. Predicting Washington Capitals' Overachievers and Underachievers in 2013-14

    At the beginning of each NHL season, every player has expectations that lay before them, and depending on whether or not they meet those benchmarks, they'll be considered either overachievers or underachievers...

    Ryan Davenport Written by Ryan Davenport about 9 months ago 2,046 reads 4 comments

  21. Predicting Tampa Bay Lightning's Biggest Over, Underachievers for 2013-14 Season

    The Tampa Bay Lightning have an exciting group coming together for the 2013-14 season that is full of players that could over- or underachieve...

    Eric Steitz Written by Eric Steitz about 9 months ago 1,855 reads 13 comments

  22. Tallon Is Building the Panthers in a Familiar Way

    Panthers GM Dale Tallon made a name for himself being the guy who essentially built the Chicago Blackhawks ' Stanley Cup team in 2010...

    Benjamin Zweiman Written by Benjamin Zweiman about 9 months ago 48 reads 0 comments

  23. Washington D.C. Is 9th Most Miserable Sports City in U.S.

    Washington , D.C. ranks as the ninth most miserable sports city in the United States according to a new list released by Forbes.....

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 9 months ago 108 reads 0 comments

  24. Alex Ovechkin's First Vine

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 9 months ago 134 reads 0 comments

  25. Meet the New Neighbors: The Caps and the Metropolitan Division

    As the Caps make the move from the Southeast to the Metropolitan (...seriously) Division, a look at some of the friendly faces they'll be joining.....

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 9 months ago 95 reads 0 comments