Which Hockey Hall of Famer makes T.J. Oshie's list as the most superstitious teammate he's ever played with, and more from the proud Warroad, Minnesotan!
Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals will get a chance to celebrate their Stanley Cup championship with President Donald Trump at the White House on Monday. One player has already said he won't attend.
Joe Snively cheered for the Washington Capitals growing up and played his youth hockey at their practice facility as part of the Little Caps program.
The Washington Capitals upgraded their blue line Friday by acquiring defenceman Nick Jensen from the Detroit Red Wings.
The Washington Capitals have acquired winger Carl Hagelin from the Los Angeles Kings for a 2019 third-round pick and a conditional sixth-round pick in the next year's entry draft.
The Washington Capitals placed playoff hero Devante Smith-Pelly on waivers Wednesday ahead of next week's NHL trade deadline.
With an assist on Tuesday night, Alex Ovechkin passed Sergei Fedorov as the top-scoring Russian player in NHL history.
The Washington Capitals have signed backup goaltender Pheonix Copley to a $3.3 million, three-year extension.
Alex Ovechkin has decided to skip the All-Star Weekend in San Jose to get some extra rest and will serve an automatic one-game suspension.
Some of the biggest names in the game open up about teammate gifts.
Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson’s 20‑game suspension for an illegal check to the head of St. Louis Blues forward Oskar Sundqvist has been reduced by Arbitrator Shyam Das to 14 games, available here.
No question that the strangest game day superstition Andre Burakovsky has ever seen, is one he was a part of.
History tells us that players will not closely follow the proceedings of the Stanley Cup playoffs if he doesn’t make the postseason or his team has been eliminated.
The Washington Capitals have re-signed right winger Tom Wilson to a $31.02 million, six-year deal.
Ovechkin managed to outduel some serious competition at the 2018 ESPYs.
The Capitals are bringing back Brooks Orpik, a leader on Washington's Stanley Cup-winning team.
It was a Hollywood ending for Brett Connolly and the Washington Capitals in 2017-18, a season in which the right wing and his teammates hoisted the Stanley Cup aloft.
The Washington Capitals have re-signed defenceman Madison Bowey to a two-year deal worth $2 million.
The Washington Capitals are bringing back two of the more important from their Stanley Cup run by getting new contracts done with winger Devante Smith-Pelly and defenceman Michal Kempny.
Getting your name etched on the Stanley Cup is no easy task. Getting that moment engraved on your body proved to be at least as tough for a couple of Washington Capitals players.