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Updated: Tuesday, September 02, 2014 2:03 PM

Aug 26, 9:29 AM - Washington

KHL team Dynamo Moscow will reportedly try to sign Alex Ovechkin if the NHL enters a lockout. The Capitals captain played with Dynamo for four seasons, including the 2004-05 NHL lockout, which would have been his rookie season in Washington. - Washington Post

Jun 7, 10:04 AM - Washington

Mike Knuble’s time as a Capital has come to an end. Knuble said in a phone interview Wednesday that he has been informed by General Manager George McPhee that the Capitals will not re-sign him for the 2012-13 season. The veteran winger is set to become an unrestricted free agent on July 1. -Washington Post

Jun 4, 11:31 AM - Washington

The Capitals traded G Tomas Vokoun to the Penguins on Monday in exchange for a seventh-round draft pick in 2012. Pittsburgh has until the end of the month to try to sign the potential unrestricted free agent. - Team Release

May 24, 9:29 AM - Washington

The Capitals announced Wednesday that they have extended their affiliation with the American Hockey League’s Hershey Bears through the 2013-14 season. Hershey will visit Verizon Center in December to host a regular season AHL game against the Norfolk Admirals, marking the first Bears game held in Washington since 1979. - Washington Post

May 14, 1:01 PM - Washington

Jay Beagle suffered a broken foot in Game 5 of the second round. Beagle was previously believed to be suffering from a leg issue. He required surgery as a result of the injury. - Stephen Whyno

May 12, 3:35 PM - Washington

Rangers vs. Capitals - Game 7 Video Ice Chips

Jay Beagle was the only player missing from Capitals practice Friday morning and his status remains in question for Game 7 Saturday against the Rangers. Beagle missed Game 6 with an apparent right leg injury. The shut-down centerman finished Game 5 on May 7, but hasn't skated since. He is listed as day-to-day by the team. - Washington Post

May 11, 12:24 PM - Washington

F Jay Beagle did not skate on Thursday and is still listed as “day-to-day” ahead of Game 7 of the team's series against New York. - Washington Post

May 9, 1:55 PM - Washington

Rangers vs. Capitals - Game 6 Video Ice Chips

Alex Ovechkin played more than 19 minutes in Game 5, so ice time wasn’t an issue, but the captain still didn’t manage a shot on goal. It’s just the second time that has happened in his playoff career and the first time since Game 1 against Montreal in 2010. - Washington Times

May 6, 9:39 AM - Washington

New York Rangers defenseman Dan Girardi said Alex Ovechkin made contact with his head when the Washington Capitals’ star leaped to deliver an open-ice hit in Saturday’s 3-2 victory. Ovechkin was assessed a minor penalty for charging on the play, which occurred midway through the second period. Girardi was not injured. It was unclear whether NHL disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan planned to review the hit or was considering supplemental discipline, which can range from a warning to a $2,500 fine or suspension. In January, Shanahan banned Ovechkin for three games after ruling the Capitals’ captain “launched” himself and hit Pittsburgh defenseman Zbynek Michalek in the head along the boards. Capitals Coach Dale Hunter said it was “incidental contact.” - Washington Post

May 2, 10:43 AM - Washington


Wednesday's Practice Lines

Ovechkin - Backstrom - Johansson
Chimera - Laich - Semin
Brouwer - Beagle - Hendricks
Knuble - Aucoin - Ward

Alzner - Carlson
Hamrlik - Green
Schultz - Wideman


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