The Capitals have acquired right wing T.J. Oshie from the Blues in exchange for right wing Troy Brouwer, goaltender Pheonix Copley and a draft pick.See More: Capitals Report
The Capitals signed Justin Williams July 1. Williams brings an impeccable pedigree, having won three Stanley Cups with the Hurricanes and Kings. See More: Capitals Report
Longtime Capitals defenseman Mike Green signed a three-year deal with the Detroit Red Wings, ending his 10-year tenure with Washington. See More: Capitals Report
"I didn't really hide it that I wanted to come back," forward Jay Beagle said of his three-year deal. "It's a blessing to be able to come back."See More: Capitals Report
"I anticipate not being active right off the hop," Capitals GM Brian MacLellan said of this year's free agency market, which begins July 1.See More: Capitals Report
The Capitals released their 2015-16 schedule June 25, which kicks off with a home opener against the New Jersey Devils Oct. 10. See More: Capitals Report
The Capitals reached agreements with Nate Schmidt and Philipp Grubauer. "It felt good that they had that confidence in me," Schmidt said.See More: Capitals Report
Capitals goalie Braden Holtby entered the 2014-15 NHL season as an enigma, and ended it firmly entrenched as one of the league's best goaltenders.See More: Capitals Report
The Washington Capitals will open the preseason Sept. 21 at Verizon Center against the Carolina Hurricanes before embarking on a four-game road trip.See More: Capitals Report
Elliott Smith reviews the performance of the Capitals' defensemen and says Brooks Orpik delivered, even after many questioned his signing. See More: Capitals Report
Comcast SportsNet's Alan May discusses why he's optimistic about the Capitals' future, Barry Trotz's first season and more.See More: NHL
Elliott Smith recaps the performance of the Capitals' forwards, and he says Alexander Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom had impressive seasons.See More: Capitals Report
Take a quick look at Alex Ovechkin's experience at the 2015 #NHLAwards show in Las Vegas.
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