Captain becomes first player to capture trophy for third time.
Steve Whyno covers the Washington Capitals for The Washington Times.
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For the fourth time in five years, Washington will play New York in the postseason.
Capitals captain hasn't led the NHL in goals since 2008-09.
Backup goaltender will make more in each of next two seasons than starter Braden Holtby.
Capitals right wing in powder blue jersey for practice as he ramps activity back up after suffering bruised left knee April 7.
Washington could face the Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators, New York Rangers or New York Islanders in the first round.
Defenseman returns from Achilles injury to play 27 minutes in victory over Capitals.
Goaltender makes just sixth appearance in 36 games.
Read the full transcripts from my interviews with the co-founder of YCP and the Capitals forward who filmed an ad for the organization.
Defenseman back in Senators lineup Thursday night at Capitals after missing 31 games.
Right wing skates with teammates and says he's feeling better.
Tough guy claimed off waivers from the Canucks in February gets two-year deal worth $1.15 million.
Scoring right wing gets raise, while tough guy gets commitment.
'Lousy start' contributes to more emotional reaction.
Defenseman saved two goals and showed his value to the blue line.