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  • LA Kings promote special Father's Day greetings

    LA Kings promote special Father's Day greetings

    The Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League are promoting special Father's Day greetings. Messages will be 20 seconds in length, video recorded and will be delivered to your father via email on June 15, two days before Father's Day.  There are three types of greetings fans can choose from. A...
  • Marianne Meyer

    Sting and Shaggy entertain Washington Capitals fans at Stanley Cup finals rally

    When the Stanley Cup Finals began last week in Las Vegas, the Vegas Golden Knights put on quite the show before puck drop, a veritable Medieval Times dinner show, complete with flaming arrows, sword fights, and a live performance by native sons Imagine Dragons on night two. Since Vegas almost...
  • LA Kings offer Russian heritage pack March 8 vs. Capitals

    LA Kings offer Russian heritage pack March 8 vs. Capitals

    The Los Angeles Kings are offering discounted tickets to celebrate Russian heritage at the Staples Center on March 8 vs. the Washington Capitals. It is fitting that the Kings opponent is the Washington Capitals as the face of the Capitals franchise is the great Russian Alexander Ovechkin, the six...
  • Kings' two goals in nine seconds not a franchise record

    Kings' two goals in nine seconds not a franchise record

    In the Los Angeles Kings' 5-2 win over the Washington Capitals on Thursday, they were able to do something magical. They scored two goals in nine seconds. Rookie Jonny Brodzinski scored his second of the season at 10:01 of the second period from rookie Kurtis MacDermid. For MacDermid, it was his...
  • Justin Williams 

    Hurricanes need continued offensive production from Williams

    In order for the Carolina Hurricanes to make the playoffs for the first time since 2008-09, they will need offensive contributions from a player they have decided to bring back to their organization. On July 1, the Hurricanes decided to sign Justin Williams of Cobourg, Ontario to a two year contract...
  • Marcus Johansson 

    Capitals trade Marcus Johansson to Devils

    The Washington Capitals traded Marcus Johansson of Landskrona, Sweden on Monday to the New Jersey Devils for a second round draft pick and a third round draft pick in the 2018 National Hockey League Entry Draft. The Devils received the Florida Panthers second round draft pick in a trade that also...
  • Kevin Shattenkirk 

    Rangers sign Kevin Shattenkirk to four year deal

    The New York Rangers signed defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk of New Rochelle, New York to a four year deal worth $26.6 million on Saturday. Last season, Shattenkirk shared his time with the St. Louis Blues and Washington Capitals and had 13 goals and 43 assists for 56 points.  In 80 games last season...
  • Vegas Golden Knights select four Americans in the 2017 NHL Expansion Draft

    Vegas Golden Knights select four Americans in the 2017 NHL Expansion Draft

    The Vegas Golden Knights selected four Americans in the 2017 National Hockey League Expansion Draft on Wednesday. They are defenseman Jon Merrill of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, center Connor Brickley of Everett, Massachusetts, defenseman Trevor Van Riemsdyk of Middletown, New Jersey and defenseman Nate...
  • Bryan Rust 

    Rust leads Penguins to Eastern Conference Finals of 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs

    Bryan Rust of Pontiac, Michigan scored the game-winning goal for the Pittsburgh Penguins in their 2-0 win over the Washington Capitals in game seven of the Eastern Conference second round playoff series on Wednesday. With the win, the Penguins won the best out of seven series four games to three and...
  • T.J. Oshie 

    Oshie helps Capitals stay alive in 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs

    T.J. Oshie of Mount Vernon, Washington has helped the Washington Capitals stay alive in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. On Monday, Oshie had his third multi-point game (one goal and one assist) of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs as the Capitals beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-2 at the PPG Paints Arena...
  • Jake Guentzel 

    Guentzel is clearly the best rookie in the 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs

    The scoring touch off the stick of Pittsburgh Penguins Jake Guentzel of Omaha, Nebraska has been one of the biggest stories of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. On Wednesday, Guentzel's goal scoring prowess continued as he scored his eighth goal in his first nine playoff games. Guentzel scored an...
  • Justin Williams 

    Four former Kings in second round of 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs

    There are four former Los Angeles Kings left in the 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs--Milan Lucic and Andrej Sekera of the Edmonton Oilers, Jonathan Bernier of the Anaheim Ducks and Justin Williams of the Washington Capitals.  In the 2017 postseason so far, Williams has almost averaged a point per game. In...
  • Kevin Shattenkirk 

    Shattenkirk records first career postseason game winning goal

    Kevin Shattenkirk of New Rochelle, New York notched his first career postseason game winning goal of his career on Monday. Shattenkirk scored on the power play from Nicklas Backstrom and Evgeny Kuznetsov at 3:13 of overtime on the power play to help the Washington Capitals win their first game of...
  • Bonino delivers for Penguins in playoff win over Capitals

    Bonino delivers for Penguins in playoff win over Capitals

    Nick Bonino of the Pittsburgh Penguins is once again delivering his playoff magic. On Thursday evening, Bonino of Hartford, Connecticut, scored the game winning goal with 7:24 left in the third period as the Penguins beat the Washington Capitals 3-2 in game one of the Eastern Conference semi-finals...
  • T.J. Oshie 

    Oshie continues to be a big game hockey player

    T.J. Oshie of Mount Vernon, Washington is continuing his excellence when the games matter the most. The Washington Capitals right winger once again performed at a high level on Wednesday as the Capitals beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-4 in game four of the Eastern Conference quarterfinal series of...
  • Auston Matthews 

    Matthews scores first career playoff goal

    Auston Matthews of San Ramon, California, one of the brightest National Hockey League superstars and the favourite to win the 2017 Calder Trophy, scored his very first National Hockey League playoff goal on Monday night. Matthews scored in the first period from Morgan Rielly as the Toronto Maple...
  • Alexander Ovechkin 

    Ovechkin plans to go to 2018 Winter Olympics

    You might not consider drafting Washington Capitals sniper Alexander Ovechkin in any hockey pools for the 2017-18 season. That is because the native of Moscow, Russia plans to represent his homeland at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang.  The news should not come as a complete surprise...
  • Kevin Shattenkirk 

    Will Shattenkirk lead the Capitals to their first ever Stanley Cup?

    Kevin Shattenkirk of Greenwich, Connecticut has been considered by some as the missing piece for the Washington Capitals. With the acquisition of the slick puck moving defenseman from the St. Louis Blues on Monday, one could argue that the Capitals have no glaring weaknesses on their team.  However...
  • Tom Gilbert 

    Kings trade Gilbert to Capitals

    The Los Angeles Kings traded defenseman Tom Gilbert to the Washington Capitals on Wednesday for a conditional draft pick. The Kings receive a conditional fifth round draft pick in the 2017 National Hockey League Entry Draft if the Capitals reach the Eastern Conference Finals and Gilbert plays in 5...
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