John Carlson sits down with Mike Vogel prior to leaving for the Winter Games to discuss his anticipation of his first Olympic experience.See More: Washington Capitals
Cruisin' to the White House with John Carlson on the day he learned he would represent the United States at the 2014 Winter Games.
Penalty-killing ability, and assuming No. 1 role in District helped John Carlson nail down an Olympic berthSee More: Washington Capitals
Our Capitals Radio Network montage, as number 74 is named to Team USA. See More: Washington Capitals
Congratulations to John Carlson, the first American-born Capitals player ever to be named to the U.S. Olympic hockey team. See More: Washington Capitals
John Carlson's coaches and teammates honor the defenseman for making the U.S. Olympic Team at the start of today's morning skate.See More: Washington Capitals
Caps defenseman John Carlson speaks in front of the White House after being named to Team USA for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.See More: Washington Capitals
John Carlson was honored during the #WizMavs game at Verizon Center for being named to the United States Olympic Team.See More: Washington Capitals
John Carlson took some time to thank the fans who came to his special press conference from the White House about being named to U.S. Olympic Team.See More: Washington Capitals
John Carlson addresses the media in a special press conference from the White House about being named to U.S. Olympic Team.See More: Washington Capitals
Defenseman is first ever Caps player to represent Team USA in Olympic GamesSee More: Washington Capitals
Capitals defenseman will be available to the media in front of the White House at 7 p.m. See More: Washington Capitals
An inspirational, all-access look back at the week that was Caps Development Camp.