Launched in 2018, Dowd's Crowd provides children with sensory needs the opportunity to attend Washington Capitals games.
Dowd will count $1.3 million against the salary cap each of the past three seasons, almost double his current $750,000 value.
The winger who captained the Capitals to their only Stanley Cup in franchise history is now under contract through the 2025-26 season.
From tear-jerkers to getting his groove on, One Minute with Alex Ovechkin covers it all.
Inspired in part by his mother Tatyana, a 2x Olympic gold medal basketball player, Alex Ovechkin is all in on supporting female soccer and the D.C community.
Teammates would be surprised if Ovechkin isn't back.
Alex Ovechkin makes some buzzer-beater decisions in a round of This or That.
Forward Conor Sheary re-signed with the Washington Capitals for two years and $3 million on Wednesday.
The Washington Capitals signed defenceman Trevor van Riemsdyk to a two-year, $1.9 million contract extension on Sunday.
Alex Ovechkin scored his 718th goal to pass Phil Esposito for sole possession of sixth on the NHL’s career list.
From fundraising for Hath's Heroes to preparing for his new role as a father, Garnet Hathaway's plate is full and that's just the way he likes it.
With a visit to his new city and freshly designed gear almost in hand, the Henrik Lundqvist is feeling right at home with the Washington Capitals.
The Washington Capitals have fired coach Todd Reirden after a second consecutive first-round exit in the playoffs.
The Eller family has once again stepped up to help others in their community.
Garnet Hathaway is playing his part in showing appreciation for first responders during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hockey player. Father. Husband. Five-star driver. Reporter. Nic Dowd is a little bit of everything.
Dillon took a few minutes to check in with NHLPA.com to talk about welcome texts, Washington’s welcome wagon scene, and locker room music.
The Capitals have signed Nicklas Backstrom for the long term, agreeing to a $46 million, five-year contract extension on Tuesday.
They handed him No. 19, and he never looked back on his way to over 900 NHL games with the Washington Capitals.
The Washington Capitals traded forward Chandler Stephenson to the Vegas Golden Knights for a 2021 fifth-round pick.